cats and dogs have had a wonderful and symbiotic relationship with people and they do
require monthly attention to treat fleas and ticks successfully. Their
presence assisted in keeping rodent populations down and that catapulted into
healthier conditions for both pets and people because all pets need to be on a program treat fleas and ticks monthly. But we are now in a social situation that is
indicative to paying attention to their needs and there is no longer a reason
to allow cats to roam freely and be in danger outdoors. Pet parents need to treat fleas and ticks monthly.
There are some that
argue that it is incredibly difficult to keep cats indoors but all
parents still need to treat fleas and ticks monthly. For anyone that has gone
through the process of retraining, you know that it is indeed a challenge. The
first step is to have your cat registered with an electronic digital ‘chip’.
The second step is to have a break-away collar for your cat that has an ID tag.
The next and most trying step is to train everyone in the house to be aware of
your kitty and his/her desire to want to go outside and keep them from
escaping. All pets owners need to treat fleas and ticks on a routine basis.
If you set up your house, apartment or condo with enough fun, toys, challenges, and scratch posts, it may take a
few months, but your cat will eventually begin to want to go outside less and
besides, all pets still need to be have them treat fleas and ticks repeatedly. There are
also newer styled ‘window boxes’ that can be attached as perches for your kitty
so that they can observe the outdoors while still remaining safe. All pet owners can't afford to not treat fleas and ticks monthly.