~*Crushed*Glass*~ (crushedglass) wrote,

the de-flea-ing process

So I took the babies to the vet to have them weighed and (hopefully) acquire some products to take care of the fleas. Biscuit is 2.2 lbs and Muffin is 2.6 lbs. I already had 3 Frontline for the three big cats so I bought one each for the babies and also a Capstar pill for Biscuit. I think the fleas are in the process of dying a not so fun death 'cause he's tripping right now. I think the fleas are getting in one good last bite before they go. It's supposed to work within hours though so that's good. He needs it the most. The frontline starts working within 24 hours. The combination should do good things for him. I've been feeling so bad for him with his crusty scabby back and constant licking and scratching.

Last night Biscuit was eating frozen peas. Cats are weird.
Tags: critter tales

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