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You may be surprised that natural remedies for treating cat worms have been around for centuries. It is something your should treat as soon as your recognize the symptoms of cat worms to prevent additional damage to your cat’s health. There are lungworms, tapeworms, cat heartworms, roundworms, and hookworms to name a few. There are also plenty of man-made products out there to choose from, but you can opt for a proven natural remedy too.

In some cases, the cat worm infestation is too obvious to miss. For example, if your cat throws up shortly after eating and you spy what looks like small, white bits of spaghetti along with the half digested kibble, then you’re most likely looking at roundworms.

Your cat might have a wheeze; this could simply indicate a cold and vets see thousands of cats which seem to have a respiratory ailment. However, these symptoms can also mean that your cat is afflicted with parasitic lungworms. They will cause your cat to present symptoms which seem like asthma, but of course a different course of treatment is recommended if lungworms are the issue.

If you’ve recently adopted a new cat, there’s a good chance that he has some unwelcome stowaways: cat worms. If you haven’t yet been able to get into the vet for an exam, then you’ll need to keep an eye on the litter box. If you see black, tarry looking or bloody stools, then your cat probably has hookworms; your vet can make a definitive diagnosis of this problem.

In more advanced roundworm infestations, the symptoms may include diarrhea, vomiting or both of these. You may see blood in the vomit and stool your cat is trying to expel these cat worms, but this can lead to dehydration and malnourishment in your cat as a result of frequent vomiting and diarrhea.

Worms are blood suckers that’s why they leave traces of blood in your cat’s stools. However, if a young can has a major infestation of roundworms her intestines become overloaded with them. They may even rupture the intestine.

A less dire threat to the health of your pet is tapeworms. These are cat worms which you can often spot on your own. You more than likely see your cat’s anus more than you’d like; but you should make a point of looking closer every so often to watch for tapeworms. If you see small, white rice-like protrusions, these are almost certainly tapeworms which you’re looking at.

Cat heartworm infestation is one of the most serious of cat worm health threats. Your cat might cough, gag, vomit or appear to have difficulty breathing. Tragically, a cat with these worms may show no symptoms and simply die without warning.

If your cat shows one or more of these symptoms, take her to your vet as soon as you can or get a natural remedy to treat her cat worms.

1. Sticking her tongue out like she has something stuck in her throat.

2. Diarrhea

3. Can’t catch her breath or coughs

4. Repeatedly vomits

5. Vomiting short, white spaghetti-like matter

6. Black, tarry or bloody stools

7. White rice pieces stuck in her fur around her tail

Usually, your vet will suggest you use one of the synthetic purgatives for your cat, whether as a topical or oral treatment. However, a lot of pet owners are choosing to use herbal remedies such as Artemisia Absinthinium (also known as wormwood) instead. This herb can be an effective treatment for parasitic infestations and can give your pet relief from their cat worm symptoms.

If you think your cat has tape worms, roundworms or hookworms, you can choose to treat her naturally at home with gentle remedies including wormwood extract. Its easy to administer, just a pinch of the remedy in her food a couple of times each day for 3 – 5 weeks. Its recommended to repeat the process every 2 or 3 months especially for outdoor cats who have more opportunity to get worms from birds, mice and other rodents.

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