I have 2 indoor cats and they leave what looks like little sesame seeds after laying down some where. Can you tell me what that is from and is it a type of worm? Can it be treated without a vet visit? I have not yet had the chance to take them to the vet and I will if necessary. I also have a dog and did not know if this can be transfered from the cats to the dog??
This sounds like tape worms which is best treated with prescription medication called Droncit. Your vet will have to prescribe this for your pets. Fleas can transmit tape worms so make sure your pets are on a good flea preventative as well. vetcare