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Problems Applying Cats' Flea Medication

How can I get my two cats' flea medicine on their skin (instead of just in her fur) when their hair is so thick I can't even see their skin?


I have no one to help me by holding them down and one of them ended up licking it and getting sick from it! I felt terrible. Please help.

By Donna

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August 20, 20120 found this helpful

You are supposed to separate the hair like you are parting your own hair with a comb. You should do this on the back high up on the shoulder blades where the cat cannot reach it. I know cats arent always the most cooperative of patients. Do you have a neighbor who could help out? Good luck.

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