Why Use A Natural Wormer For Cats?
If you have a cat, you have to deal with your feline friend getting worms. Cats are notorious for getting reinfected with tapeworms. I get asked all the time why do I need to keep de worming my cat? Is my cat wormer not working?
Here’s the rub (no pun intended). One of the ways cats get tapeworms is from fleas. Tiny flea larvae become infected with tapeworms. When your cat ingests the flea larvae while grooming, the flea then transmits the tapeworm to your cat. Once inside your cat the tapeworm then starts growing and multiplying. Adult tapeworms can reach up to 20 inches. YUCK!
See Also: Easy Natural Flea Prevention for Dogs and Cats
Another way cats get tapeworms is from rodents like mice or other small animals like squirrels and rabbits. Cat are natural hunters so it’s almost inevitable that they are going to come into contact with tapeworms.
How Can I Tell If My Cat Has Tapeworms?
The short answer is you can’t always. Unless your cat vomits one up or you see one coming out of their rear end, you’ll probably never know. Until the infestation gets so bad that the tapeworms are taking all the nutrients from your cat and they start losing weight, have a dull coat, and are generally listless and have no energy. Of course you can have your cat tested by your Vet to be sure.
How Often Should I Worm My Cat?
As often as they need it. I don’t know about you but I hate to think that my sweet little Pearlee Blue has worms in her that could be compromising her health in any way. And if she is infected then she could infect other pets and possibly even me!
Now I’m not willing to further compromise my cats health by using chemical de wormers that have harmful side effects. I like knowing I can use a natural wormer for cats that not only takes care of the worm issue but is actually good for my cat. I believe Worm Free Naturally is the best natural cat wormer on the market. I have been using it regularly for my cats, dogs and horses since I created it over 10 years ago.
But you don’t have to take my word for it, you can read reviews from lot’s of happy customers here and here.
This is what Martie had to say:
Use it all the time. Product as described. My cats live inside & outside in the country. They contract worms from earth & also from eating wild prey. Because I have a lot of cats, I mix the powder with water then with cat food. They eat it all up. They all eat about the same amount. You do not have to mix with water. It just makes it easier on me. Recommend because its so easy to get it in them!!
Worm Free Naturally natural wormer for cats is incredibly easy to use. Just add it to your cat’s food and you’re done. Most cat’s don’t even know it’s there. If they are a little on the finicky side just disguise it with a little water or broth, or start with a small amount and keep adding a little more every few days till you reach the recommended amount.
It’s a very effective natural wormer for cats with no adverse side effects. The only side effects are good ones! Not only will your pet be “Worm Free” but many customers report on how healthy and shiny the coat becomes. It’s full of trace minerals, and vitamins A,C & E, iodine from kelp and pro-biotics to support a strong immune system.
If you want a natural cat wormer that works, is easy to use, is bad for worms but good for your cat then Worm Free Naturally is the answer.
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