ACV for cats - I remembered earth clinic from a lady I rented from so I researched for my cat who has fleas and other issues. I give a five star plus because she immediately felt better as I sprayed a lil at a time I saw larva leave her tail. I also had some my stomach issue clearing up. Thank you so much. It works it really does
We have 4 pets in my household. It's an apartment complex and I was informed that fleas and mites are capable or traveling through the walls and such and can continue to reinfect our pets as long as the whole building is not treated. This in itself has been going no where, trying to get everyone to do so. I have a mainecoon mix and a short hair that have been struggling with fleas since January. I've tried frontline, I've tried flea baths, I've had them shaved, I've tried collars, flea bombs and sprays and nothing is getting rid of them.
I just started trying to use the ACV, but I'm afraid of it making my mainecoon ill. He has an extremely sensitive stomach and any slight change in food often makes him quite sick. Is there anything I can do for him with ACV without making him sick, yet still get it to work?
We're also in the process of getting ready to move into a house this summer.
Good morning everyone :-) I have just come across this site and am loving all of the positive information about ACV. I have a cat who appears to have a really bad flea infestation, she has long hair and can be very vicious so I can't see how I would be able to wash her or comb her - we have tried in the past but it has ended up with me having many cat scratches! We do feed her wet food so do I add a diluted mix of water and ACV to her meat and then do I still need to treat her topically - sorry I have to have specific instructions as my brain functions slightly differently!
We do have a second tabby cat and a lurcher - although the cats and the lurcher are segregated and don't mix with each other. Our lurcher Flo seems to have a skin problem of sores and is constantly scratching and nibbling but I can't see any fleas on her and I looked extensively
I am new to all of this so all your help and advice would be gratefully received.
Hope, Bc Canada
I would like to Thank you for having this web site!! For those who have no idea how ACV works wonders on cats .. I use it for a flea spary and non of my pets have ever had fleas or ticks . Thanks R.L.W & kitty crew Chaparral N.M
My 5 month old kitten unfortunately has fleas and so he is constantly scratching and biting. I read on another website (written by a vet) about using ACV. You use 1/2 water & 1/2 ACV or just regular vinegar in a spray bottle. While you spray it on you also rub it into their skin. Apparently the fleas don't like the smell or the taste of it and won't stay on the cat.The article also said that cats don't like the smell of vinegar. It seems to be working. My kitten isn't scratching as much (hardly at all), but boy is he licking at the vinegar and water combination. The article also said that the vinegar and water combo will help heal the sores that were created from the scratching and biting. I just thought I would pass this on.