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Now, fleas are not the only nasty parasites you have to beware of when you’re looking after a cat. Worms are a very common problem and they will pick them up from hunting, from mice and other small rodents, and when they’re young, they’ll get them directly from their mother. So, all cats from kittens to adults need regular worming. And you should give your cat a worming tablet when they’re young, every couple of weeks and when they’re adults, every three months so they don’t have a burden of worms inside their intestine.
And just to give you an idea of what we’re talking about, these are some round worms and these are the kind of things your cat could have inside their intestine so it’s really a good idea to get rid of them because it’s good for your cat. Potentially, it can be a health hazard for you as well so regular worming is key but one of the big problems people have, and I give you all the time or two, is how do you give a worming tablet. I hear all these stories of chasing up their curtains and putting gloves on and chasing them around the living room and having all sorts of trouble. But there is an easy way of giving a cat the tablet which generally works for most cats and this is one of my top tips on how to give a cat a worming tablet.
Now, it’s better if you have someone to help hold the cat. So, if you have someone to hold the cat, ask them to hold the cat sitting down and hold their front legs. They can’t use the paws so grasping around the front legs like that and then you approach the cat from the front. So, if we have someone holding the cat there, I approach the cat from the front, I grasp the cat by the cheeks so, like that, just gently holding her head nice and vertical, take a worming tablet like this, open the mouth, drop the tablet in, a little bit of push with finger, down it goes and there we go. Swallow it nicely.
So, the key point to this technique are holding head really vertical, opening it, dropping the tablet so it lands right at the back of the throat, and then closing her mouth, keeping the head vertical, stroking the chin so they swallow. If you do that, you shouldn’t have too many trouble giving those regular worming tablets.