Q&A: Why do fleas leave red spots when sprayed with Raid?

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cat spraying: Question by lilazndragonboy8: Why do fleas leave red spots when sprayed with Raid?
I sprayed Raid in my cat’s house and the fleas are dead, but now there are red spots all over. Did they explode? Did the blood leak out of them? Please let me know. Thanks!
Yes, I know it was the blood that was sucked from my cat, but did it leak out? Did the flea explode? Did the flea’s skin dissolve on contact with the solution?

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Answer by sashapenguin
it is the blood that was sucked from ur cat-i know-it is gross-

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Q&A: what is the difference between boy and girl cats???

aggressive cat problems: Question by ChildOfTheLamb ><>: what is the difference between boy and girl cats???
im getting a kitty, but i cant decide which one to get… a nice girl kitty, or a pretty boy kitty????

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Answer by funnybunny4455
get a girl kitty!! they are nicer and usually better with children!

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Q&A: Will a chihuahua and a lab get along?

aggressive cat problems: Question by msgabesaporta: Will a chihuahua and a lab get along?
Have a lab.. want a chihuahua.

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Answer by englishsetters1999
They should if introduced correctly. Keep your Lab #1. You will be surprised, that little guy will boss the Lab around!
Best of luck!

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Any tips for keeping a cat from scratching up stuff?

cat spraying: Question by Sunidaze: Any tips for keeping a cat from scratching up stuff?
I have just moved in with my boyfriend and brought my cat with me. She is in the process of shredding his leather loveseat and I just don’t know what to do to prevent her from doing this. She never clawed anything up before this. Help!

And yes, we do have a water spray bottle to use if we catch her in the act, but often we don’t, especially since we both work all day. And when I take her Thursday for her rabies shot, we will schedule her to get declawed…I’ve already talked with the vet briefly about doing this, before moving in.
She does have two scratching posts (I recently bought her a new one), plenty of toys, etc.

She will be getting declawed, front only, there is no dissuaying me from that.
As I stated, she will be getting declawed (front only). The rate she’s going to town on the couch, I would have to give her up and she is a rescue cat who was already returned from 2 other households. And I think having her claws as her defense is the least of her problem should she get out. We live near busy main roads, so a car would likely get her before a wild animal will. I will look into the doublesided tape, though. The vet did mention the little covers, but he said they are pretty much a joke. I go to vets that specifically see only cats by the way with many years of experience between the three. He reassured me that this procedure would be safe for her, just the recovery time may be slightly longer than for a kitten.

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Answer by huntergirl3000
the only thing to do is declaw her that way she can still act like she is scratching but do no damage. good luck

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Q&A: how do i get my kitten to stop biting?

aggressive cat problems: Question by butterfly_kissess87: how do i get my kitten to stop biting?
my kitten is 4 months old…and she always bites…when i try to pet her, she tries to bite…i say no then ignore her, but it doesn’t seem to do anything…she’s the only cat that we have, so i was thinking it’s because she doesn’t have a sibling to fight/play with….how do i stop this??

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Answer by icytiger8888
its very likely that your kitten will grow out of this behavior, my guess is that she is teething and this is the only way to help with the pain.

Just remember if you get her to stop biting she will probab;y still be in excruciating pain from her new teeth coming in and will resort to other places to bite (furniture, etc)

There is a solution you can buy at your local petstore, it has a foul taste but is not harmful to your pet, when they bite, the taste deters them and they get the idea pretty fast to not bite anymore, I think that is recommended for when they bite your fingers, you should check it out though ive tried it on my kittens and it has always worked but remember to supply extra toys that they can chew on for the pain!

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