Preventing flea infestation for your cat

Flea freeloaders that attack your cat can cause her immense pain and discomfort. Preventing these critters before they do any damage can save you and your pet a whirlwind of trouble.

Flea freeloaders that attack your cat can cause her immense pain and discomfort. Preventing these critters before they do any damage can save you and your pet a whirlwind of trouble.

The flea, according to Pets and Parasites is a proficient pest that picks its way through and around your cat's fur. These insects can also bring about skin allergies or transmit diseases that could lead to serious agony for your kitty companion. Due to the displeasure that these irritants are capable of generating, it's important to practice precautionary techniques to ensure your cat's utmost safety and well-being.

Regardless of whether your furry friend likes to stay inside or out,  she will be susceptible to these parasites, which can find their way in and around your home in no time. Make sure to check your cat's coat for any flea remnants or redness and itching to catch these vermin in the act. Using preventative tools such as Hartz® UltraGuard® Flea & Tick Collar for Cats and Kittens to kill both ticks and fleas for up to seven months can also protect your pet from the harms of the pesky flea.


This content is provided by the pet wellness experts at Hartz®. We offer complete flea and tick protection for your pet, home and yard.