Unfortunately, blackheads and acne are not just for teenagers—they can turn up on your cat’s chin, too, as they have on Chiggy and Caymus (see videos on this post to see what I mean).
Cat owners discuss how they handle fleas with their cats in various parts of the world.
They are now on Advantage for flea control and I use Interceptor for their heartworm – so I don’t do a combo deal like Advantage Multi which has it all. A holistic approach type of vet put Rags on Interceptor because it was safer, so that’s why I have stuck to that. The Interceptor is a pill that they eat (Trigg doesn’t like it, so I have to pill him, but he’s EASY to pill like Raggies was).
I need a better way to attack fleas before they are crawling around on Charlie and Trigg. So this year, I am thinking about going the Diatomaceous Earth route.