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Posted on 10-26-2011

The fall of the year with temperatures ranging from the 40's to the 70's can create a spring hatch effect for these parasite eggs. A flurry of flea and tick activity is likely.  Flea, tick, and heartworm prevention is reccommended year round in Florida.  Click the link above or the blog link to ask questions regarding your pets health.

Anupa said:

Hi redcat,This sodulhn't harm your cat, but it might make Snooker gain weight. It's generally not recommended. I would recommend feeding Binky at set times of day in a separate room with a closed door to avoid this from happening. I'd also check out Snooker's food to make sure that it is good quality. He might be lacking something in his diet or bored with his food.Please inquire further if you have more questions.DerrickMuddy Paws

2012-10-14 11:35:09

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