Is your cat giving a thrifty looking appearance with all time licking his rear? Is he vomiting once in everyday? Well then you are on the right page. Looking for something very effective and natural? Last year when the spring was on its way, Casper (my pet) was busy with all those bugs and worms and I was busy taking him to the vet. For treating him from tapeworms with just 2 shots, it cost me $150. What the heck man !!!!!
This time I am not going to take him to the vet because I have got a natural solution for this.
Does your cat have a tapeworm?
One of the most common signs seen in cats with tapeworms is small white bits appearing in your pet’s stool. Fresh worm segments look like tiny, wiggling grains of rice. It also includes scooting, diarrhea and vomiting. If your dog shows any of these signs, you might take him to the vet for toxic de-wormers. But, I would feed him with raw organic pumpkin seeds.
The possible symptoms of feline tapeworm include
- Weight loss
- Increased appetite
- Dull or shabby coat
Pumpkin seeds for treating feline tapeworms
If you love to try something natural for your cat, there might be something that could rid your cat of from worms without any adverse effects. The flesh and seeds of the pumpkin were used by the Native American tribes to heal wounds, cure kidney problems and urinary ailments. But recently, herbal experts have discovered that the seeds of the pumpkin work as an effective natural remedy against tapeworms and other intestinal parasites in dogs and humans. This is because
- Pumpkin seeds contain amino acids called cucurbitin. Cucurbitin eliminates the tapeworms from the digestive tract.
- Being loaded with iron, fiber, magnesium, zinc, potassium, folic acid and niacin, feeding your dog with pumpkin seeds will provide him with all essential nutrients.
- Pumpkin seeds will generally improve the overall health of your health.
You can feed your cat with raw pumpkin seeds as a treat. There are salted seeds available in the grocery store, don’t go for it. Find some raw organic seeds instead. If your cat doesn’t enjoy them as a treat, you can grind them in a coffee grinder or add them to his meals. Give him a teaspoon per 10 pounds of body weight once or twice a day until he’s free from parasites.
For pumpkin seeds to be an effective de-wormer, they must be ground fresh. Go for unsalted organic seeds and keep the grinder handy. There is nothing serious about tapeworms in cats.
Originally posted 2016-02-28 00:00:11.