Martin from Savannah, Ga writes,
I have 4 cats. They never go outside. Recently the all are now infected.
I moved to Savannah, Ga from Miami, Fl one year ago. I live in an apartment located on a heavily wooded area. I noticed the fleas shortly after the tenant moved out of the apartment next to mine. Could any of this have contributed to my flea infestation? I will be treating my cats with Advantage II. What do you recommend I do to rid the fleas from my house and keep them out? None of my cats have ever had fleas including my 21-year-old Hemi. Thank you, Martin Hyde firstname.lastname@example.org
It is highly possible that the fleas could have come from next door. We woud recommend the Indoor flea kit. The Indoor Flea Kit with Alpine Aerosol and CimeXa dust treats over 2000 sq. ft. of space and is an excellent combination for long-lasting flea control. The kit contains two cans of Alpine Aerosol which is one of the safest professional grade flea sprays for use indoors and was recently classified as a reduced risk product by the EPA. It provides excellent control of fleas and contains an IGR as well, which prevents adult fleas from being able to lay eggs, eventually halting the flea reproductive cycle.
Answer last updated on: 06/11/2015