Summer is here and so is the flea season. For many cat owners, it's a time of the year that keep them very busy in trying to get rid of these pesky little creatures off their cats.
Getting rid of fleas not only require hard work and perseverance, the choice of a right cat flea treatment product is also of great importance that can determine success or failure in your attempts to eradicate the cat fleas. There are many commercially available flea control products that cat owners can choose from. Not all these are the same and in order to choose one that is suitable for their cats, it's pertinent that cat owners learn to equip themselves with the necessary knowledge in differentiating the various flea treatment products. This article is written with this in mind, providing tips to guide all cat owners in their haunt for a suitable and effective cat flea treatment product.
Cat fleas can be such a nuisance. They bite on their host and many cats develop cat flea allergy. This can come in the form of a mild itch and occasional scratching to an intense itch and non-stop scratching. The itch and constant scratching will results in hair dropping and balding and in severe cases, inflammation throughout the body.
Fleas also suck on their host blood causing anemia, which may even lead to death if left untreated.
What most cat owners find confusing when trying to choose a cat flea treatment product is the wide range of these products available. We have the flea combs, which are specially made with fine tooth to trapped fleas. Then we have the flea sprays that were very popular one time. Lately we have more conveniently packed and easy to apply spot-on topical solution. We even have growth regulator pills for the fleas. How then, among all these, should cat owners go about selecting one that is suitable for their cat?
Learning to read labels and knowing the active ingredients in the products is what all cat owners should know. Not all flea control products are the same. They all contain different active ingredients that are effective to a certain life stage of fleas. One that is effective in killing off adult fleas found on your cat may very well be harmless to the flea eggs that if not eradicated will develop into adult fleas in time to come. A combination of products may be needed in order to get rid of the cat fleas completely.
Calling Ann an expert in flea control is not an exaggeration. In up keeping an animal shelter of 150 cats and dogs, she is constantly faced with the problem of fleas infestation. You will get to learn to choose the right cat flea treatment product, easily. How you should apply these products on your cat and how to look for adverse effects after use are all covered under the section on "Flea Treatment For Pets" in her website at http://www.all-pets-info.com/fleacontrol