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Kitten Worms

Kittens can become infected with roundworms, Toxocara cati, from their mother’s milk. To minimise the potential risk of infection and re-infection, it is advisable to treat both the nursing mother and kittens for roundworms. Kittens can be re-infected from eggs which are passed out in their faeces contaminating the environment. Disposing of faeces, regular cleaning of bedding and the kitten’s favourite places are important actions for the environmental control of worms.

An untreated roundworm infection in a kitten can lead to weight loss, diarrhoea, anaemia and potentially cause developmental problems.

To ensure your kitten remains healthy and happy a complete worming and flea control program should be followed. There are many kitten worming products available as granules, suspensions, syrup, paste and tablets, which can be given either directly to the kitten or disguised within its food.

These kitten worming products target a variety of worms, thus the proposed kitten deworming product should be checked prior to use to ensure it is appropriate to combat the proposed worms and to ensure the correct dosage is given for the weight and age of the kitten.

Before administering any kitten worming product, please ensure you always read the pack information and any additional leaflet provided. If in doubt, consult a veterinary professional before using the product.

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