Natural Remedies for Fleas on Cats

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Fleas are tiny, flat-bodied insects that enjoy sucking blood from mammals. However they are common in rodents, dogs, and even cats. This creature can cause a lot of harm to your pets. You should try to resolve the flea problem as fast as you can. Otherwise, you will soon find the creatures jumping around on your towels and even bed sheets. Fleas are deadly because other than sucking blood, they transmit sicknesses. Here are some tips you can try at home if your cat has a flea issue.

Use Salt
When it comes to destroying flea larvae and eggs, salt can be quite handy. Salt’s drying property helps it do away with fleas from your cats furniture and beddings. You simply need to sprinkle a bit of salt on both the furniture and beddings. You might also decide to put some salt in boiling water and soak the cat in it. However, to avoid burning the cat, you should make sure the water is lukewarm. Find out for further details right here http://advecta3.com/cats/.

Use Dish washing Liquid
Dish washing liquid is a fantastic flea repellent. You simply need to add some drops into the normal bath water for the cat. This instantly kills the fleas. However, you should make sure that the liquid is completely rinsed off from the cat. Learn more about flea pill for cats, go here.

Rosemary
These types of leaves have an effective anti-inflammatory agent. This allows your cat to grow back hair in places it lost it from itches. You can apply rosemary in two ways. You could grind it into a powder and sprinkle it in necessary areas. The other way to apply it is by making a mixture of rosemary and water that you can power inside your cat’s bathing water. You should note that rosemary leaves are one of the best flea treatments for cats.

Aloe Vera Juice
This is another useful natural method of getting rid of fleas. You can make an anti-flea spray by mixing aloe juice and cayenne pepper in a bottle. On the other hand, you can apply a mixture of aloe juice and essential oil directly on your cat’s coat.

Try a Hot and Soapy Water Trap
Light attracts fleas. In most cases during the night, they will move towards a light if they see one. You can set up a trap of hot soapy water for the fleas using this knowledge. This can be done by putting the bowl of hot water below a nightlight. This will lure the fleas in the direction of the bowl once they see the nightlight. The light helps to blind them, and they can then fall and drown in hot water. Take a look at this link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flea_treatments for more information.

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