Ticks and fleas are very small organisms that are harmful they even cause diseases in human bodies and animals such as cats. Ticks and fleas are very harmful and destructive whenever they invade homes and gardens. There are things that we do and those what we fail to do in our houses and the pet houses that lead to the spread of fleas and ticks all over the body of the pets which may harm the health of the pets such as cats.
In the current generation there are measures that can be taken in order to control the fleas and ticks when they are on the cats or even ways that we can prevent those ticks from spreading in the body of the cats
We will start by discussing the defensive methods that can be used to control the invasion of pests.
It is also advisable that you regularly clean the beddings of your pet in order to prevent invasion of fleas and ticks. If you happen to suspect that there are ticks or fleas in the pet house or the yard it is advisable that you use a trick and flea foggier to fog the ticks and fleas.
Another way to prevent ticks and fleas on your cat is by (personally inspecting the cats especially after the cat has been outside because there are chances that it can get fleas and ticks from being in contact with another cat from the neighbourhood that has already been affected by fleas and tricks.
There are also tropical insecticides which can be used on a monthly basis by simply applying the insecticide on the back of your cat which are specifically meant for cats as a means to prevent those insects from inhibiting on the cat.
It is important that you ensure that you have sprayed the whole body of the cat.
Collars when properly applied, they can be very effective in preventing invasion of fleas and tucks on your cat. If your cat has already been affected by fleas, there are medicines such as pill nitenpyrum that you give your cut and once the cat chews the pill, it starts to kill the fleas and ticks within the shortest period of time possible and it also prevents future hatchings of fleas on the body of the cat.