Cats generally need to do an in vitro dewracular deworming once a month, and do insect deworming every three months. Note that only the age of 8 weeks can be deworming. After the cat is adult, according to its living environment, the time for deworming in the body can be changed from 3 months/time to 3-6 months/time. The foreign insect repellent method is generally used by cats, and the internal deworming is orally. The time for deworming in vitro is usually once a month. The time for deworming in the body is usually once every three months. One thing to pay attention to for cat deworming for cats is whether its age is 8 weeks and whether the physical condition is abnormal. After each time the body is repeatedly repeated, cats should not take a bath for the time being, so as not to affect the effective absorption of the drug. For adult cats, it is usually recommended to choose deworming time according to their living environment. If a cat often goes out, or there are many cats and dogs living in the home, it is best to drive parasites in the body every 3 months. If there is only one cat in the home, no other pets, and it always stays indoors, rarely goes out, and does not often visit at home, then it can be deworming in the body every 3-6 months.
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