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feckweed405 asked 7 months ago

Just a huge thanks to you Adam and any others who help you with the site, it gives a lot of us fighting with this hope nastiness and peace! I live on the 3rd floor in an apartment, my two indoor kitties came up positive for fleas July 5th. I treated the cats with Advantage II but got more on the hair vs skin and the cats were still positive yesterday, so the vet suggested treating again this morning (this time I got the skin). I also have treated thoroughly with Vyrbec Knockout (which has Nylar and adulticides) and have vacuumed almost every day. Like the others, I thought I was out of the woods until I came home last night to them in my bedroom (cats sleep on floor)!! So back to washing bedding, vacuuming and perhaps a hot spot-treat. Let’s hope that this Nth time is the charm! Thanks again Adam for arming us with knowledge and telling us that it wont go away overnight (or in many of our cases, a number of overnights!) but to keep hope and keep fighting! Mike 

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Adam Retzer Staff answered 7 months ago

I appreciate the comments Mike. It sounds like you are taking the right steps. Hopefully your flea problem resolves soon. Usually it takes around 8 weeks for infestations to completely resolve, so what you are experiencing is still the range of normal.

Warm regards,