I have fleas in my house and on my cats. I went to the vet and got the advantage drops for the cats. I have also sprayed my house, used a flea fogger, and have been vacuuming everything and cleaning the crap outta my house. Since both cats and the house have been treated should I continue to keep my cats quarantined in the bathroom or should I let them out. I’m thinking it’s probably ok to let them out now since the pesticide has had time to settle. Also, I think the advantage stuff on the cats is supposed to kill any fleas that jump on. I’m thinking it’s a good idea to let the cats run around so the remaining fleas that continue to hatch will jump on the cats and die. Advise?
Poor you! [Flea infestation in house->] is a terrible thing. Flea treatment for cats and preventative flea control is vital to keep your home free of flea infestation.
Never let a week pass without cats being treated against fleas with a good flea prevention medication, like topical flea drops, for example.
Fleas will die when they bite the cat and get the poison from the cats’ blood.
You might wish to consider a [flea killing spray for house->] – there are some for home you could ocassionally use to make sure your home is free of flea infestation. When fleas infest a house they breed real fast, so better use flea prevention treatments from time to time.
Also, if you find [Advantage flea control for cats->] to not be so effective, try [Frontline Plus Flea and Tick Control for Cats->] which is a stronger flea drop treatment for cats.
Some love the [Revolution flea control for cats->] which kills not only fleas and ticks on your cats but also more parasites cats suffer from and protects from heartworm too. It’s more expensive but works like a charm, sometimes Revolution’s flea repellant effects last for well over a month. It’s water proof and poison doesn’t come off on your hands when you pet your cats.