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Home treatment for worms in cats — 4 Comments

  1. I don’t, Michael. Percentages = math; I don’t do math. But it is a very common “home” remedy among rescuers and rescues. It is added to food, dusted on animals, sprinkled on furniture, floors, etc. Drawback is that it looks like an explosion in a cocaine factory.

    • Thanks for that. I think diatomaceous earth is a nice, simple, harmless way of controlling parasites which makes it very practical which is why rescues like it. Interesting. I have used it and I agree it is very fine and powdery.

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