Tick and flea control for kittens
What are ticks and fleas?
Ticks found on your pet look like small brown balloons. They feed on your pet’s blood and can lead to:
- Skin irritations
- Tick fever
- Lack of appetite
- Severe anaemia.
Fleas are one of the most common external parasites found amongst cats and dogs. Adult fleas also feed on your kitten’s blood. These tiny parasites can lead to big health issues when they go unchecked like:
- Flea allergy
- Anaemia (loss of blood)
- Skin infection.
In severe cases ticks and fleas can even lead to death if a severe infection goes untreated!
Four common ways your kitten can get fleas
- Other humans
- The environment
- Other pets (Remember to use Bob Martin Tick and Flea for Dogs on your dogs.)
How should I treat my kitten?
Kittens are safe to treat for fleas and ticks from four weeks with the Bob Martin Tick and Flea Range for Kittens. This range will kill both adult and immature fleas.