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Dealing with fleas?

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Post Wed Aug 03, 2016 4:05 pm

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Location: Lemuria
I was wondering, does anyone know of any decent natural ways to get rid of fleas from cats? I have 3 cats, and one of them always seems to get them really badly. I know there are products you can get and squirt on their fur that probably do work but I can't imagine stuff like that is good for them...

Post Wed Aug 03, 2016 11:35 pm

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Food-grade diatomaceous can be applied to your cats' fur to kill fleas, ticks, and other parasites. Cover your cat's face with a towel and rub the diatomaceous earth into your cat's fur. The diatomaceous earth needs to be food-grade. Pool-grade diatomaceous earth is toxic.

High Priestess Maxine Dietrich posted some information regarding fleas to the Jos4Pets Yahoo Group here: ... ssages/466 and I have copied the message below.

"Those frontline drops and related that they put between the shoulders are IMO, not only worthless, but obviously toxic. Not to mention cancer causing.

I have found plain white vinegar to be very helpful in getting rid of fleas. It is also very helpful in skin conditions such as miliary dermatitis. I have a cat who had a bad case of miliary dermatitis. I first massaged cod liver oil [I bit the capsules and squeezed them onto his skin] and massaged it in and then I swabbed him in vinegar. It took 2 or 3 times and then all of his fur started growing back and he is fine now. Both are non-toxic.

If the skin is real sore, then make sure to massage oil into the fur/skin. You should also dilute the vinegar with some water first. If you can't get cod liver oil, then you can use cooking oil. NEVER put anything onto a cat that is not edible, as cats lick themselves and will ingest it. "
And, participate in our reverse torah rituals. We are in a war here and need to do what we can for our creator, Satan.

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Post Thu Aug 04, 2016 2:10 pm

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Location: Lemuria
Thank you for the reply, I wasn't sure what to do but that food grade diatomaceous earth sounds good so I'll get some and try it on her. I guess I was right not to use frontline or stuff like that if Maxine says it's carcinogenic, I've always been suspiscious of products like that so thanks for the information.

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