We've just got back after a week away, our neighbour was looking after our 2 cats, one waz asleep on my daughters bed, and as she walked in her room she said there were fleas all over the floor, its a laminate floor. I sprayed indorex all over the floor and under everywhere i can, it's killed quite a lot that i hoovered up, and changed the bed clothes, but her bed is covered with soft toys.
So 2 questions, first should i wash all her toys and second, where can i go either on a sat eve or sunday mornjbg to buy something to put on the cat that wont be really expensive. Obviously i dont want to use bob martins stuff, but dont the other things need a prescription? I usually order Efipro online, but that'll take days.


  • krlyr
    krlyr Forumite Posts: 5,993
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    You could see if there are any vets open at the weekend - mine open Saturdays and Sunday mornings for regular appointments.
  • cbrown372
    cbrown372 Forumite Posts: 1,513
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    You can buy Frontline from some chemists, Lloyds Pharmacy sell it.
    Its not that we have more patience as we grow older, its just that we're too tired to care about all the pointless drama ;)
  • hampshirebabe
    hampshirebabe Forumite Posts: 649
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    My Lloyds are having a refit and cant find it, would pets at home sell it without needing to see the cat?
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