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There are several types of pesticide preparations available from your vet that will kill the tick and/or cause it to drop off on its own.
Some of these preparation are placed on the skin of the animal; some are administered orally.
Talk with your vet about the pros and cons of each and which is best for your family and your pet.
One must be careful when putting pesticides or anything else on their cat, there is a product that our on sight vet suggested that we use in our kennels - we have up to 40 cats at one time.
Organic pesticide that is approved for pets bedding areas and around their feeding areas - DiaSource www.bugging-out.com
|Sheri Ann Richerson|