Fleas often attack an animal that has free access to the street and can contact others. Fleas are passed on to small kittens from the mother. There are several ways to etch out unwanted "tenants", but if there is more than one animal in the house, it is necessary to carry out the treatment for everyone, even if fleas were not seen in the rest of the kittens.
Buy a flea shampoo and wash the fluffy ones. Use a special shampoo that is designed specifically for kittens. In products for adult cats, the active component that kills fleas is contained in a higher dose and the baby can be poisoned. Be sure to thoroughly rinse the animal's fur with clean running water after the exposure time has elapsed.
If you don't want to wash your kittens, buy drops that are applied to the scruff of the neck. But this option will not work if the cat has access to its babies. She will begin to lick them, and the toxic substance will enter her stomach. If you have one kitten, you can safely use the droplets. Buy them from a veterinary store.
A flea collar is used to eliminate parasites, but it is best to wear it after basic control measures such as washing or applying drops. The active substances cope with fleas within a few months from the start of use.
If there are fleas, it is possible that there are worms as well. Etch them out with the slurry. Buy the correct dosage of the medication. Do not feed the kitten for 3-8 hours, then pour the drug into the animal's throat or add to a small amount of food. After 2 weeks, give the kitten another dose of the suspension.