Deworm Your Kittens

If you decide to get a new kitten, either now or in the near future, please make sure you have the new baby dewormed.

I have just added another new one to the menagerie and was going a little crazy as she was determined that she had to be fed every time someone went near the refrigerator. When I phoned the vet, they suggested she be dewormed. The medicine is not expensive, it cost me $7.07 (cdn) and there is enough there to deworm 10 kittens! (an added bonus is that a free syringe is supplied and whatever is in this stuff the kitten seemed to think it tasted wonderful!)


By Cinnamon from Williams Lake, BC

October 1, 20070 found this helpful

Did you buy the dewormer online, or at your vet's office? I'm going to deworm my kitten after reading your post.

Thanks for the advice. :-)

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January 6, 20110 found this helpful

There are different type of de-wormers out there for cats/kittens and the prices vary. It is better to take a fecal sample to your vet to test to see what sort of worms you need to treat.

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October 20, 20160 found this helpful

What's the name of the medicine?

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