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It is important for cat owners to know that there are around eight different intestinal worms which can affect a cat, including the renowned roundworm and tapeworm. Luckily, there are a number of medications available through Vet Medic which are non-prescription and can kill every type of intestinal worm found in the UK. Vet Medic advises its customers that there are different wormers on the market which will kill different types of worms. There are dual wormers and tapewormers for cats which are available at Vet Medic.

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When it comes to treating your cat, it is advised that they are treated four times a year. For some cats however, it is required that they be treated more times than this. For cats that often hunt mice, frequent worming is necessary to ensure effective treatment. Unlike puppies, kittens will not be born with worm larvae present and therefore, cat wormers and treatments need not be carried out until a kitten is 6 weeks old.

Regular worming treatments help to ensure that your cat is fit and healthy. Certain worms are capable of being transmitted on to other pets and on to animals so in order to reduce environmental contamination, be sure to keep up-to-date with your cat’s treatment. As with all illnesses, there are not necessarily symptoms from the start so it is often the case that when your cat does start to show symptom, they are already infected.

Treat your cat every three months to avoid the spread of infection to other pets and around the home.

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