Our cats continued to scratch themselves badly after we applied this product one week ago, and we found so many fleas in the cats' furs after applying the product. We had to shave both of our main coon cats; hand picked all the fleas off the cats' skin(dipped the fleas into a mix of water and soap); bath them afterwards. We also foggered the cats' play room before bring them in the house. It took us a total of five hours to complete the tast for two cats. Although it was a stressful five hours of official declare war on fleas, but our cats are much happier now. They finally stop stratching and have good night sleeps after all the fleas are gone from their skin. They eat more and become more active. If you are really serious about ridding the fleas off your cats and your house once for all. You should 1)shave your indoor cats(keep them indoors all the time. Don't shave outdoor cats unless you plan to keep them indoors from now on), you can either take them to a groomer or do it yourself VERY carefully; 2)hand pick the fleas out of cats skin; 3) bath them afterwards; 4) fog the house. It takes lots of time and energy, but if you love your fur babies, you will spend the time to take care of them because they depend on you. Most of the chemical products not only does not work, but also harmful to your pets, especially the flea collars. If you follow above mentioned procedure and bath your cats regularly, you are unlikely to have flea problem again in your house; if you buy those chemical products to save time, you are likely to continue to have flea problem every year and spend money on something not only bad for the pets but also does not work.
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