•   shakira4242 i hope you are all well & come back to ig )! 5mon

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iamboots Lazy cat 10mon

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iamboots Poor baby 11mon

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iamboots Chill day 11mon

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iamboots I'm being a lazy boy tonight 11mon

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iamboots Ginger rabbit 11mon

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iamboots Little cutie 12mon

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iamboots Lets play mum 12mon

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iamboots 12mon

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iamboots Ginger pops #cat 12mon

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iamboots It's taken a while for me to get used to Ginger but I don't mind it if he shares the sofa with me now 1y

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iamboots I need help... 1y
  •   iamboots @butter_the_cat thanks!!! we have wooden floor throughout so hopefully there is something safe I can find to put on the furniture. We've never had this problem before as boots has a jab every so often and the vets since kitten but it didn't seem to work for Ginger 1y
  •   mysnaphappy @iamboots you may have to give the house one of those spray bombs they are great 1y
  •   c_shels We just tried Cap Star on our cat on Sunday. His ticks disappeared! They all started dying magically. It is not preventative, so you should still spray carpets, rugs, bedding (I like Raid for Flea & Ticks) and then use Frontline (after 3 weeks of last treatment). I have since started noticing a couple fleas on him but we will repeat treatment again this Sunday and put more Frontline on because he is due for his dose. But I think a few more doses of Cap Star and we will definitely get the problem under control. 1y
  •   madamemali When I got my first cat she had fleas aswell. They all died after the first use of frontline and never came back. But it is important to get rid of the eggs, so you may have to use spray or some other way to treat furniture, carpets ... 1y
  •   iamboots Thanks @madamemali @c_less @mysnaphappy @butter_the_cat thanks for all advise, fingers crossed this works x 1y
  •   piratecatwillie Vacuum vacuum vacuum! Even the hard floors. Consistent flea treatment helps. Can you have a pest company come treat the house? You don't want to let this get any worse, trust me! Been there, ugh. Capstars are good for 24 hrs, kills everything on the cat. But the next day you have to apply something. If frontline doesn't seem to be helping, try advantage. It's the only thing that helps with my cat! Also, google diatomaceous earth food grade! I hear nothing but great things about it. It's a non-chemical treatment option. My cat & I both have asthma so this is dusty but it's better than chemicals. I've been there...they are frustrating. Try talking to your vet, too. They know the tricks! :) 1y
  •   piratecatwillie Oh, & be sure to read instructions completely for any sprays & such! Most are harmful to pets & humans. Found that to be disturbing that its used to treat fleas in houses that have animals, but can be toxic to humans & animals. Crazy! 1y
  •   iamboots Late reply but thank you @piratecatwillie for the advice!! 1y

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iamboots Just chilling 1y

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iamboots This is Ginger, a new member of our family. He hasn't moved in yet but we will be adopting him very soon. 1y

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iamboots Loving this sunshine 1y

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iamboots This is what rainy days are for 1y

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