Last Updated on July 8, 2021 by Jenny
Tom Selleck’s mom posted on his Instagram @tomselleck_thesiamesecat about using a product, Wondercide. I immediately wrote her and asked if she would be more detailed about it and share her experience with Floppycats for those looking for a natural flea control. Lucky us, she agreed.
I found out about Wondercide from watching an episode of Shark Tank. That’s not a show that I regularly watch. I was searching for something to watch one evening, settled on that and I’m so glad I did! This was several months before I got Tom Selleck. I checked out the website, www.wondercide.com , and I wrote it down so I could buy the shampoo when I got my kitten. I knew I wanted to use a shampoo that is natural and organic. Wondercide’s products are made with organic neem oil and are paraben-free, sulfate-free and gluten-free. They have lots of products, not just shampoo.
I adopted Tom Selleck from a rescue when he was about 8 weeks old. The rescue had given him a bath, but I found a flea on him. I bathed him with Wondercide’s Flea & Tick Shampoo bar and haven’t seen a flea since. He gets a bath once a week and he’s now 1.5 years old.
He does not go outside; he only goes on the screened-in porch. But I use the flea & tick shampoo in case fleas get on the porch. Our dog (that died this year of old age at 16 yrs) was inside and outside and we bathed him with Wondercide’s flea & tick shampoo and also used one of the flea & tick sprays on him. We never found a flea or tick on him in the year before he died that we used it on him. They have great customer service too.
The bar of soap is pricey, $14.99 + shipping, but one bar lasts me 5 months giving Tom Selleck a bath once a week…so since it lasts a while the price doesn’t seem so bad. Also, when you bathe your pet with a bar of their shampoo you can hold the bar in one hand and rub it all over your pet. It lathers well and rinses easily.
I love that Wondercide’s products are safe for your pets! They also have great customer service.
Do you use flea control on your cat?