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Cat Flea and Tick Spray

Who wants to see their cat suffer with fleas and ticks? No one, of course! For that reason, we, at Zen Pet Supplies, encourage you to check out our large selection of feline flea and tick sprays. Your cat will surely thank you for helping to get rid of these nasty little buggers that may be small but can cause your cat a lot of discomfort. Fleas and ticks also carry disease, so if not treated properly, a flea and/or tick problem can become quite serious very quickly. You can use our preventative products to keep those little buggers away from your cat, but we also have products to kill fleas and ticks that have invaded your pet and/or home. When cats go outside, they’re going to come into contact with fleas and ticks. It’s just a fact of life for our furry friends—dogs and cats, but Zen Pet Supplies has you covered with a few different types of flea and tick sprays.
If your cat has a serious flea or tick problem, you should take him to your vet, and if you’re not comfortable treating your feline friend with flea and tick medication at home, simply consult your veterinarian and see what his/her recommendations are; however, if you feel comfortable treating your cat at home, please use a flea and tick spray from Zen Pet Supplies because they’re safe, affordable and effective.

Did you know there are well over 2,000 different types of fleas out there, so it’s certainly not surprising that over a third of cats who go outdoors will eventually come into contact with fleas. Cats usually get fleas from other cats or dogs. As the female fleas lay eggs, the eggs fall (like snow) into your cat’s environment. The flea eggs grow into adults and that is when they jump from animal to animal. Ticks are another pest that will latch onto (literally) your feline friend. Ticks are bloodsuckers that you must physically remove by a hand using some tweezers or tick-removal tools. Our cats usually get ticks when they’re outside walking through the woods and high grass. Ticks do what is called “questing,” in which they crawl on low brush or grass, about 18 to 24 inches off the ground and hang out. When your cat brushes up against the ticks, the ticks will bite and start ingesting your cat’s blood. To prevent and control your cat’s flea and tick problem, please check out the cat flea and tick sprays on sale now at Zen Pet Supplies.