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Here at Kellyville Pets we will price match and guarantee that we have the best priced cat flea treatment, and discount cat worming tablets available.
Flea and worm treatment for kittens requires smaller doses so make sure you read the label properly.
At Kellyville pets we can advise you on all the correct products for how to avoid your cat getting cat fleas, how to treat a cat with fleas, how to prevent your cat getting intestinal worms or how to treat a cat with intestinal worms and how to prevent your cat getting heartworm or how to treat a cat with mites.


How can I tell if my cat has fleas?

-Adult fleas on your cat crawling through the fur
-Flea dirt or blood through the coat (take a good look around the tail region and tummy)
-Signs of scratching (including patches of hair loss or scaly skin, itchy cat)
-Your cat is licking or scratching

Why it's important to control fleas on your cat:

Fleas are a problem because they cause irritation and disease. They bite your cat to feed on blood and this happens so fast that partially digested blood (flea dirt) can be seen in minutes. Female fleas feed often and can consume up to ten times their weight in just 24 hours. Multiply that by 30 fleas and you'll get a really sad pet. Here at Kellyville Pets we have you covered for flea control for cats at the cheapest prices delivered Australia wide.

Flea Allergy Dermatitis (FAD) is the most common skin disease of dogs and cats, caused by irritation from flea bites.
Signs of FAD include:
Hair loss
Skin infection
Crusting or thickened skin
Fleas can also transmit diseases to your cat and your family. Your cat can catch the flea tapeworm from infected fleas and pass it on to other pets and humans. Cat-scratch disease is also transmitted by infected fleas and causes a skin infection in humans. So, for the comfort and safety of your cat, look for a treatment that stops fleas fast.

The secret life of fleas!

Adult Fleas are only the tip of the iceberg!
Despite being the most recognisable, adult fleas account for the smallest number of the flea population present during an infestation on your cat. They emerge from a cocoon when conditions are just right. To survive, they must feed immediately. Adult fleas feed and mate within 24 hours and lay eggs 36-48 hours after that, therefore fast killing is crucial.

Flea Eggs - the most abundant
Eggs are laid in the cat's coat and drop into the environment. On average, each female adult flea lays approximately 500 eggs in her lifetime. This is why flea infestations quickly grow into a big problem.

Flea Larvae - creepy crawlies in the environment
Newly hatched flea larvae live in the environment and feed on adult flea faeces (flea dirt), dead skin cells and other organic debris. The larvae spin a cocoon to form the next stage called pupae.

Flea Pupae - the survivors
Pupae are the most resilient stage of the flea lifecycle. The flea cocoon is very sticky and attracts dirt and other debris, making a perfect camouflage to remain undetected in the environment for up to 12 months. This extremely resistant flea stage is one reason why ongoing treatment is important to eliminate flea infestations.

Help! My cat has Fleas!!

How do I treat fleas on my cat?

There are many products on the market that are a treatment for cats that have fleas. At Kellyville pets we supply a number of different products to kill adult fleas as well as ticks on cats and to stop the flea life cycle. These include Capstar, Advantage, Advocate, Frontline plus, Frontline Spray, revolution. All these products can be used to kill Adult fleas on cats if your cats already has fleas.

How do I treat my home for fleas?
To prevent fleas in your home environment you must first remove all flea eggs from the environment, vacuuming and mopping floors will remove most flea eggs from the environment. Adult fleas can be killed in the home using a flea bomb which will also kill larvae in the home. Using flea bombs is the most effective way to remove fleas from the home environment.

To stop a cat from getting fleas, it is important to look into the environment to stop more fleas from breeding. Overgrown grass and plants are the perfect places for fleas to breed. Fleas will also breed in carpet and bedding.

My cat has worms
Does my cat have worms?
How do I treat my cat for worms?

There are many different types of intestinal worms that your cat can get- dogs can have the following intestinal worms- roundworms, hookworms, tapeworms, and whipworms. As cats continually lick themselves clean they are very likely to get intestinal worms if no preventative worm treatment is being used.

How do I know if my cat has intestinal worms?
There are lots of symptoms for cats that have intestinal worms.
Cats coughing is one of the signs a cat has worms. Cats may develop a cough if they have hookworms and roundworms
Cats that have gut worms will often vomit. Cats may vomit if they have Roundworms.
Soft stools and feline diarrhoea can be the result of worms. Cats with hookworms may have blood in their faeces
Cats with intestinal dog worms that are lethargic and less active than normal may be showing symptoms of having worms.
Your cat could have tapeworm if your cat shows signs of rapid weight loss, your cat may have a tapeworm or your cat may have a whipworm.
If your cat’s coat begins to dull or if your cat’s coat dries out your cat may have picked up a form of worms a healthy cat should have a shiny thick coat as a healthy cat does not have worms. Loss of hair or the appearance of rashes can also be a symptom of worms.
Potbellied appearance is commonly seen in kittens that have picked up worms from their mother Cat. If your cat or kitten starts to appear potbellied or bloated, it may have contracted intestinal worms.
Your cat may have intestinal worms if you notice a sudden change in your cat’s appetite, your cat may have intestinal roundworms if the cats appetite has changed. Cats that are infected often lose their appetite. As intestinal worms steal a cat’s nutrients, a cat with gut worms may also show a sudden increase in hunger as a result of intestinal worms.

Roundworms can often be seen in a cat’s faeces. Tapeworms may appear as small moving segments in the fur or area around cat’s anus if the cat is infested with tapeworm.

If the cat shows signs of skin irritation it may have a severe infestation of worms.
Cats with intestinal worms will occasionally rub their rear ends on the floor in order to relieve themselves of the itch due to worms in their bottom and they will rub their bottom on the ground.

Can my Cat have tick treatment?
For paralysis tick control on cats use FRONTLINE SPRAY every 3 weeks.

Mange is an external skin disease caused by a parasite called a mite.
Mites cause cats a great deal of irritation and itching is one of the first symptoms of mites in cats.
A cat may also have fur loss due to a mite as this is symptom of mites which a parasite causing fur loss on mites.
Products available for the treatment of mites on cats available are- Advocate and revolution