How to remove intestinal worms in cats? That a cat can have worms is something quite common or it may happen to him sometime in his life. But, Why does my cat have worms, where did he get them or where did they come from? How can I get rid of worms? There are several reasons why a cat may have intestinal parasites and there are several ways to get rid of them.
Cats with intestinal parasites may become unwell or lethargic
Dipylidium caninum, "The dog tapeworm", is a parasite of canids and felids in general, as well as other animals that host fleas.
The worm in its adult form it measures between 15-70 centimeters long by 2.5 - 3 millimeters in diameter and has a coloration that varies between White and the light yellow.
The parasite needs two hosts to develop: a intermediate host (the flea) andfinal guest (usually a mammal).
Remember that these symptoms may not always be due to parasites, you must go to the vet because it could be a disease.
If you have the symptoms we have mentioned above it may be intestinal parasites. Also if we see them in their stools. Obviously, if we locate in his fur (in the back area) or in his anus worms like the ones in this image (we can see them coming out of or around its anus) clearly have parasites:
exist various ways to get rid of intestinal parasites of your cat. The conventional and most used methods are:
* Before supplying any medicine or pipette, consult your veterinarian.
As I said, We should NOT give our cat any home remedy without first discussing it with an expert veterinarian. Home remedies that are said to work are:
Indeed. We can get intestinal parasites also from our infected pet. Once we detect that our pet has intestinal parasites, we will recommended is that we go to the doctor and let's discuss our concern. There are antiparasitic pills that we can take U.S. They must write us a prescription with the pills and take them as indicated on the leaflet or as indicated by the doctor.
Any concerns you have with your cat, do not hesitate to go to the vet.