Fleas and ticks lurk in yards, pet beds, and carpet. Both are preventable pet parasites.
Ticks are blood-suckers that are active during the summer and fall, and attach to cats from tall brush and grass. Ticks can cause anemia and sometimes paralysis, and spread diseases like Lyme Disease.
Flea larvae start as teeny, tiny eggs. These larvae hide in hard-to-reach cracks and crevices. Given an adequate food supply, they will develop into adult fleas. An adult female flea can lay up to 5,000 eggs over the course of her life, which lasts on average from 60 to 90 days.
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