Natural deworming remedies for your kitten or cat are an alternative for pet parents who desire preventative care for their feline that is non-toxic.
Conventional dewormers use chemical-based pesticides that contain toxins. By using natural, herbal dewormers, you can reduce your feline’s exposure to toxins and support their overall health.
Whether your cat lives exclusively indoors or roams outside, cats may become host to internal parasites such as roundworms, tapeworms, and hookworms.
Kittens often pick up worms from their mother in her milk, while adult cats may pick up worms by accidentally eating worm eggs or eating vermin infested with worms.
If a cat has worms, symptoms may include vomiting, loss of appetite and diarrhoea. Untreated, worms can cause symptoms such as a dull coat or a pot-belly, but it is rare they make a cat seriously unwell.
Cats may acquire worms easily, hence why vets recommend regular deworming treatment. Using natural…
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