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August 01, 2013
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Heartworms in cats are no fun. Flown in courtesy of the ever-loathed mosquito, these insufferable parasites hitch a ride in their proboscis, where they can make their way inside your cat after an unlucky bite. From there, the heartworm wriggle their way down into the innermost workings of your cat, growing up to a foot in length inside their lungs or heart!
Not only are they a gross and alien concept, but they can also do some serious damage to your cat's wellbeing. Since treatment for heartworm disease becomes increasingly invasive and expensive, the best offense, in this case, is a good defense. Here are a few products you can give your cat to help ward off these parasitic irritants.
All heartworm medications are prescription only, so schedule a visit with your vet and get your cat put on one of these medications soon.
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Zodiac Spot On Plus - Flea and Tick Control - Small Cats & Kittens
Lixit Cat Treat Jar 16 oz
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