How to Remove a Tick from a Cat - Chemical Free
Outdoor fun for cats provides new adventures for both pet and pet parent. Cats can – and do – pick up ticks. They are most commonly found around the ears, face, neck, feet, legs, and the genital area. Learn more about how to conduct a thorough tick check here. Cats playing in the natural habitat of the outdoors are happy pets. However, if they attract ticks, they may become a carrier for ticks transferred into your yard as well as your home. It is important that you perform a thorough tick check each time your beloved kitty comes back into the house. Ticks then become an issue for you and your family as they can attach and transmit tick-borne diseases. Education and preparation are key in warding off tick-borne diseases. Learning about the ticks in your area, and keeping a safe, immediate tick removal tool on hand, will help you to mitigate the chance of transmission of tick-borne diseases, to you, your family, and your cat.
Forced tick removal methods, such as tweezers or matches, are unable to gently stun the entire tick, prompting it to fully release from its host (including mouthparts!). In fact, these methods may cause the tick to fall away, and move on to its next host. There is one tool on the market that provides immediate, safe, and easy tick removal…. the revolutionary TickZapper!® Read on to learn more, and order your TickZapper® today!
Be Prepared, Not Scared
There are two key items to keep in mind when enjoying the great outdoors with your cat: After outdoor activities, do a thorough tick check…and keep your self-energizing (no batteries – always ready!) TickZapper® on hand for immediate and safe tick removal –on the spot. Tick checks take very little time, and can prevent the spread of dangerous tick-borne diseases. Read on to learn more.
Conducting a Thorough Tick Check
Performing a thorough tick check is vital, regardless of the season! By the time a tick has engorged itself on a host, it can look suspiciously like a wart or skin tag. Use your fingers to slowly and carefully feel for small bumps on your animal’s skin surface, beneath their fur. If you've found white, gray, or light-brownish mass on the animal’s skin, check at the base of the mass, where it will be flush. If the mass is indeed a tick, you'll find the mouthparts burrowed in the animal’s skin, as well as four pair of legs, nearby. The six primary areas to check for ticks, after outdoor activities, are as follows: inside of ears, between toes, under the tail, in the genital regions, around eyelids, and under the collar. Click here to learn more.
Capture and Contain Ticks with the revolutionary TickZapper®
If you enjoy outdoor activities with your pets, you’ll need to be prepared with an immediate tick removal tool… one that will remove the mouthparts as well as the body – without the risk of human contact. Want to learn more about why TickZapper® is the best tick removal tool for your pets? We invite you to explore our website for helpful resources and information You can order your very own revolutionary TickZapper® here. Enjoy a Risk Free, Thirty-Day Money Back Guarantee, FREE Shipping, and a One Year Manufacturer’s Warranty!