Many cat owners believe their cats don't need deworming. However, all cats, even those that stay indoors, can benefit from regular deworming.
Many parasites are not easily visible. Even if your cat appears clean, they could still be carrying parasites that can affect their health.
Deworming is a preventive measure. Waiting until your cat shows signs of infection can lead to more suffering and higher treatment costs.
Indoor cats should be dewormed every three months. Cats that often go outdoors should be dewormed monthly to ensure optimal health.
Stray cats should be dewormed and kept separate from other domestic cats to prevent cross-infection.
Kittens should be dewormed after 40 days of birth for a healthier start. Pregnant cats, however, should not be dewormed.
Regular deworming is crucial for your cat's health. It prevents potential diseases and ensures your cat's wellbeing.