In order to discover the best ways to get rid of fleas on a cat, and by default, from everywhere your cat sleeps, you need to understand the problem. It isn’t enough to treat the flea problem. If you only do that, the problem will be eternal. When you understand the CAUSE of the problem, and take proactive action, then you can kiss goodbye to the problem itself.
This doesn’t make good financial sense. And many people don’t want to be bothered by causes. So they happily buy into perpetuating the problem and paying out big money to billion dollar industries who love to keep you in the dark.
To me, that sounds like insanity. But it is how the current world thinks and acts.
If you’re still here and haven’t been offended by my remarks, let’s delve into this problem.
Fleas, unpopular insects though they are, do have an important role to play. Just as all other animals (and plants) do. Humanity as a whole completely misunderstands how Nature works. We become prejudiced against things we don’t understand.
So what’s the role of fleas?
Well, they eat all the toxins that are being expelled from your cat.
Hang on a minute, what toxins?
Every being has an excellent built-in system to expel toxins that gain entry into the body through digestion. It’s a bit more tricky when the toxins gain entry via other ways, such as into the blood, but that’s a topic for another day.
So what toxins is your cat ingesting?
If you are feeding your cat any of the commercial pet foods, this is the cause of the toxins. Especially the dried food.
Why the dry food in particular? It is impossible to keep real food on the shelf indefinitely without resorting to preservatives. Often these preservatives are simply listed on the ingredients as anti-oxidants. Sounds pretty healthy, right? In reality, they are so toxic they are not allowed in human food.
But wet food is not exempt from toxins either. Just check the list of ingredients on the food you feed your cat and research all of them. If the names don’t sound like food, chances are they are chemical or synthetic, both of which are toxic.
The thing is, your cat evolved to eat real food. Real, fresh, quality food. That is NOT toxic, that contains NO chemical cocktails.
If your cat is ingesting toxins DAILY in the food, can you now appreciate where the toxins are coming from? THIS shows you the best ways to get rid of fleas on a cat. Stop feeding the commercial (and unregulated) pet food and start feeding real food.
If you would like to know how to feed your cat real food, so there is no toxic ingestion that requires the services of fleas, sign up for my emails here and learn the process step by easy step.
The last part that you may be asking is, why the skin? Why not a discharge or an organ problem?
The skin is the preferred way to expel toxins as it is the least important organ in the scheme of things. If you deny the skin as the main eliminator (via steroids or other skin suppressants), then the problem is forced to go to the more important parts of the body to release the toxins. Such as the kidneys or liver.
It’s much safer keeping it to the skin, even if it is itchy or unsightly.
Simply by appreciating the importance of the best ways to get rid of fleas on a cat, by understanding how to take proactive action, your cat will not only be free of fleas, but will be much healthier, too. Obviously this is going to save you not just heartache, but dollars, too.