How Often To Bathe A Kitten With Fleas?

A. At least once a month, or as often as needed to keep the cat from developing flea infestations. Usually, if you bathe your pet every 3 weeks, it will be enough to keep them free of fleas and other parasites.

Q. What are the symptoms of tapeworm infestation?

A. Symptoms typically include diarrhea, loss of appetite or weight gain (usually in kittens), excessive drinking or urination, lethargy and irritation at the site where an intestinal worm has penetrated into body tissues (known as hydatid disease). If given enough time for this parasite to develop fully in its intermediate host (the kitten) it can then move on to infect humans via another small mammal that is bitten by the infected cat’s flea feces during grooming — commonly known as “kitten-on-cat” transmission!

Q. How do I know when my kitten is ready for solid food? It seems like he/she eats everything else except meat! Is raw food okay too? Any suggestions would be great!! Thanks so much!!! 🙂