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    1. 10 Simple Home Remedies for Worms in Cats that Get Rid of Worms Fast

      Cats can experience a wide range of common problems and worms are no exception. If you have noticed these parasites have appeared in your cat’s litter box, you can quickly stop any worms present with the help of home remedies for worms in cats.
      Table of Contents
      ​Causes
      The most common intestinal parasites that affect cats
      Signs and Symptoms
      Signs and symptoms of worms in cats and kittens
      ​Treatments
      1. Consumption of Raw Pumpkin Seed
      2. Consumption of Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth
      3. Practicing Good Litter Box Hygiene
      4. Cleaning the Home
      5. Consumption of Garlic Powder and Apple Cider Vinegar
      6. Cleaning the Yard
      7. Consumption of Parsley Water
      8. Consumption of Fresh Papaya
      9. Consumption of Grapefruit Seed Extract
      10. Consumption of Turmeric
      A few ways you can help to prevent worms in your cat
      ​Causes

      There are a few different types of worms that can be seen in cats of any age. The most common intestinal parasites that affect cats and kittens include:
      The most common intestinal parasites that affect cats

      Roundworms:One of the most common worms seen in cats and kittens. Roundworms are three to four inches in length when they reach adulthood and closely resemble cooked spaghetti. There are a few ways cats can become infected with roundworms such as: eating feces of an infected cat, eating an infected rodent, or nursing kittens can become infected through their mother’s milk.

      Tapeworms: Tapeworms are long and flat segmented worms that can vary in length of 4 inches all the way to 28. Cats catch tapeworms by ingesting an intermediate host such as an infected rodent or flea. White segments which resemble rice can be found in the stool or in the fur of your cat.

      Hookworms: Hookworms are much smaller than roundworms and reside primarily in the small intestine. Hookworms are less than one inch in length and feed on the blood of the host. Hookworm eggs are passed through feces and hatch into larvae there. Cats can become infected with hookworms through skin contact or ingestion.

      All in all, worms are usually caught through ingestion when grooming, eating an infected rodent, nursing from an infected mother’s milk, or coming into contact and/or ingesting contaminated feces.

      Furthermore, ingesting fleas that are carrying worms are also how your cat can become infested. Fleas are known to be one of the main causes of worm infestations in cats and dogs. Keeping your home and pets flea free is one of the easiest ways to prevent worms.
      Signs and Symptoms

      When your cat or kitten has worms, many times it will be a silent parasite, not showing symptoms until there are too many for the host body to handle or the cat’s health declines. However, there are signs and symptoms associated with worm infestations in cats that you should be aware of. Signs and symptoms of worms in cats and kittens can include:
      Signs and symptoms of worms in cats and kittens

      Diarrhea
      Spots of bright red blood appearing in the stool
      Mucus appearing in the stool
      Live worms seen in the litter box or stool
      Weight loss
      Bloated and round stomach, with a pot-bellied like resemblance
      Eggs or worm segments attached to the fur or on/near the anus
      Vomiting
      Constipation
      Difficulty breathing
      Coughing
      Dark, tarry stool
      Abdominal discomfort
      Change in appetite
      Scratching near the base of the tail
      Consistently soft stool
      Eating lots of food without weight gain

      ​It is important to remember that signs and symptoms will vary depending on the type of worm and location of the infestation. The signs and symptoms listed above are common clinical signs associated with worm infestations. Your cat or kitten may not be exhibiting any or all of these signs and symptoms, yet they still might have worms in their digestive tract.
      ​Treatments

      If your cat or kitten has started to show signs or symptoms that they have worms, you should begin treatment right away.

      It is important to have your cat tested for intestinal worms by a veterinarian to ensure you are treating the correct ailment. Veterinarians will be able to identify any worms present, since they are not always visible to the naked eye. Once you have a confirmation that your cat or kitten does in fact have worms treatment should begin immediately.

      The following home remedies will show you how to get rid of worms in cats and/or kittens.

      1. Consumption of Raw Pumpkin Seed

      pumpkin seed

      Raw pumpkin seed is known for its high levels of anti-parasitic properties. Using this remedy will help kill any larvae or adult parasites present as well as prevent them from returning. Combining the pumpkin seed with your cat’s current wet food will help fight the parasites directly in the intestines.

      Required Ingredients:

      1 cup of Raw, organic pumpkin seeds

      Mortar and pestle

      Wet cat food of your cat’s preference

      Process:

      Continue adding one teaspoon of the crushed pumpkin seed to your cat’s wet food once per day for 21 days.

      2. Consumption of Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth

      Food-Grade Diatomaceous Earth

      Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth is yet another natural parasite fighting agent that combats internal and external parasites. In this case, for killing and preventing worms, letting your cat consume Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth is a gentle yet potent remedy.

      Required Ingredients:

      Wet cat food of your cat’s preference

      2 tsps of Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth

      Process:

      Continue to add the Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth to your cat’s food for at least one month.

      Notes

      It is important to ONLY use Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth for the health and safety of your cat.

      3. Practicing Good Litter Box Hygiene

      litter box

      The litter box can be a contributing culprit to worm infestation, especially if you have more than one cat in the home. Keeping a clean and disinfected litter box can help prevent the spread of any present worms as well as promote good hygiene for your cat(s).

      Required Ingredients:

      Bleach

      Process:

      After each time your cat has defecation, promptly remove.
      Scoop your litter box several times per day.
      Change the litter to fresh litter at the end of each week.
      When you change the litter, clean and disinfect the litter box with bleach.
      Make this cleaning regime a habit throughout the ownership of your cat.

      4. Cleaning the Home

      Keeping your home clean can prevent any unwanted eggs or larvae from attaching to unwanted surfaces in search of a new host.

      Required Ingredients:

      Bleach

      Process:

      Vacuum your home daily, paying attention to surfaces and areas where your cat frequents.
      Clean any hard surfaces with bleach and disinfectant to gather or kill any eggs or larvae.
      Clean your home daily or every other day to ensure you can help stop the spread of worm infestation.

      5. Consumption of Garlic Powder and Apple Cider Vinegar

      garlic

      The powerful anti-septic and anti-bacterial qualities found in garlic are used for several home remedies. Unknown to most, garlic also has naturally occurring parasite fighting agents. When your cat consumes garlic, they will be able to eradicate any parasites that are present in the intestinal tract.

      As a matter of fact, a 2008 study was performed to prove the effectiveness of garlic against parasites such as worms. Over the course of 7 days, mice were given crushed garlic to kill and remove the worms present. According to the study, mice that received the garlic were cleared of parasites at a rate of 91% success.

      Required Ingredients:

      1 tbsp of garlic powder

      Process:

      Allow your cat to fast for one night before administering the garlic powder.

      During their fast, add 2 drops of Apple Cider Vinegar to their drinking water.

      The next morning, add the garlic powder to their wet food.

      Repeat adding the garlic to their evening meal as well.

      Follow this regiment for two weeks.

      Notes

      While cats are sensitive to garlic, it is NOT toxic to cats. Just ensure you are only using garlic powder for this remedy to keep your cat healthy and safe.

      6. Cleaning the Yard

      cat in yard

      Keeping your yard clean can help to prevent worms from infesting your cat. When you can keep your yard in order, you can eliminate the chance of fleas occurring and fleas are the main carriers of worms.

      Required Ingredients:

      Rake
      Shears
      Weed Eater
      Mower

      Process:

      Remove any fallen leaves or dead plants.
      Trim any bushes, shrubs, flowers, or trees that have become overgrown.
      Keep your yard free from weeds and tall grass as these areas provide perfect homes for flea larvae.
      Maintain a neat and clean yard at all times to keep away fleas.

      7. Consumption of Parsley Water

      parsley

      Fresh parsley contains high levels of vitamins and nutrients, but it is most useful during a deworming treatment because it is a diuretic. A diuretic substance will allow for the body and internal systems to function properly and stay healthy.

      In addition, parsley contains high amounts of antioxidants and helps to eliminate toxins.

      Required Ingredients:

      One bunch of fresh parsley (any type- curly, Italian flat leaf etc…)

      1 quart of boiled water

      Strainer

      Storage jar

      Process:

      Add the parsley to the boiled water and let it simmer for 3 minutes.

      Remove from heat and allow to cool.

      Strain the parsley from the water and add it to the storage jar.

      Keep the parsley tea in the fridge for up to two weeks.

      Add ½ tbsp. of the parsley tea to your cat’s drinking water once each day for a period of ten days.

      8. Consumption of Fresh Papaya

      papaya

      Fresh papaya can aid in digestive health as well as provide essential vitamins and nutrients to your cat. Papaya can help the intestines ‘push’ and worms present out of the digestive tract.

      Required Ingredients:

      Fresh papaya

      Process:

      Wash and finely chop the fresh papaya as small as you can.
      Combine ½ tsp of the finely chopped fresh papaya to your cat’s wet food.
      Add ½ tsp once per day for a period of two weeks to see results.

      9. Consumption of Grapefruit Seed Extract

      grapefruit

      Grapefruit seed extract is highly potent for fighting against any viral, fungal, bacterial, and parasitical infections. Grapefruit seed extract is also effective in fighting single and multi-celled parasites. In addition, the many compounds naturally occurring in the grapefruit seed extract include:

      High levels of Vitamin C
      Hesperidin- an immune system booster
      High levels of antioxidants

      Required Ingredients:

      1 jar of grapefruit seed extract
      Blender or food processer or mortar and pestle

      Process:

      Grind the grapefruit seed extract into a fine powder.
      Add 8mg of the powder per every 2.2 pounds of your cat directly to their food.
      Add the powder once per day for a period of two weeks.

      10. Consumption of Turmeric

      turmeric and ginger

      Turmeric is widely known for its many health benefits for humans, and animals can also benefit from consuming turmeric. Turmeric is especially powerful in fighting parasites due to the four parasite combating agents that are naturally found in turmeric.

      In addition, turmeric is also an anti-inflammatory which will aid in any intestinal swelling or discomfort caused from the presence of the worms.

      Required Ingredients:

      Dried turmeric powder

      Wet cat food of your choice

      Process:

      Combine well.

      Notes

      The health benefits provided from turmeric consumption will aid in your cat’s overall health. Turmeric is safe for daily consumption for cats and if you choose to continue with this remedy it will promote a healthier lifestyle for your cat.

      Of course, prevention of worms is one of the best steps you can take with your cat or kitten. Taking preventive measures will help to ensure your cat does not become reinfested. A few ways you can help to prevent worms in your cat or kitten include:
      A few ways you can help to prevent worms in your cat

      Limiting or restricting outside access
      Fencing your yard to prevent other cats, rodents, raccoons, or possums from appearing
      If you feed your cat outside, remove the food each night to prevent unwanted guests
      Ensure your home, yard, and animals are flea free
      Remember to practice good hygiene at all times with your cat

      In the end, parasites such as worms can be a harmful and irritating pest. However, you can ease your cat’s symptoms and stop the worm infestation all together with the help of home remedies for worm’s in cats.
      http://ehomeremedies.com/worms-in-cats/

  1. My cat has similar simptoms as the picture above and he is a 3 month old Scottish breed. I would like to know if this is something serious or if I should take him to the vet.

    1. Dear Nannapat
      Yes indeed it is not so serious, but if left unchecked will be dangerous. Therefore to immediately consult your veterinarian your subscription
      I hope this helps.

      Regard

  2. My cat has lesions similar to the photo above, along her side. They actually look like burns…I have only noticed them very recently. She is also losing fur around the area and she has also lost weight .. I am in the process of getting her to vet asap but as its something Ive never seen before I would be interested to know if any one else has seen this?