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Why Are Ticks Dangerous For Your Feline Friends?

Ticks are fairly common insects and are quite similar to other arachnids like spiders, mites, and even scorpions. If you’ve never seen a tick before, count yourself lucky because these little buggers

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Pet-Lovers Beware: 10 Diseases Transmitted By Cat Fleas

There’s nothing more devastating than discovering that, despite your best efforts, your cat now has fleas. Sure, you may think that your cat is just going to be itchy, but fleas can transmit a variety

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Ultimate Guide To The Best Cat Flea Treatment

For every pet owner, there is one major concern: what do I do if my pet gets fleas? This problem is, indeed, bothersome – mostly because one simple flea can lead to another 500 baby flea eggs in less

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Choosing A Cat Flea Treatment For Your Furry Companion

If you have a cat, then you probably agree that fleas are one of the biggest nuisances there can be. Not only does it break your heart seeing them scratch day in and day out, but it gets even more annoying

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Novartis Capstar Cat Flea Treatment Review

When your pet is bothered by fleas, you need a product that will immediately take care of this problem. And if it’s something that won’t poison your cat when it licks it, then it’s even better.The

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Catego Cat Flea Treatment Review

Fleas are a pet owner’s nightmare. There’s nothing worse than seeing your pet struggling with fleas, scratching until they are basically harming themselves. In these circumstances, you might want to

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Bayer Seresto Cat Flea Treatment Review

Collars have been around for as long as we’ve had pets. They make sure that our pet does not get mistaken for a stray – and that it will eventually come back to us, without getting lost. At some point,

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Bayer Advantage II Cat Flea Treatment Review

Every person that has a pet will have experienced a flea infestation at some point. The problem with fleas is that they snick in very quickly: just one “bouncer,” and you will have an infestation up

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