The cat worm product on your site.

by Krystal

Inulin PK for Cat Worms, Does it work agaisnt ringworm? I know it says rids the body of worms and parasites but most bottles only say the most common. So do you know if that includes ringworm & the others? Thank you.

Answer by Kate
Hi i have just gone through to the products seller site and had a look , it says all worms, so yes I would say that it would work for ring worm.

however if I were i would click on the ad which takes you to the sellers site, they are a great site and will be able to answer any of your questions. it is better to ask the actually manufacturer of the product which they are. many of my sites visitors click through and buy from this company, thats why i am happy to have them advertise on my site.

best wishes Kate

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by: Anonymous

like the previous poster mentioned, ringworm is a fungus, so no dewormer will work on it. people and other animals can carry it without showing signs, so it is super important to get it taken care of!

ring worm vs, round worm
by: Anonymous

Hi just saw someone post asking if the dewormer product on your site will eliminate ring worm. ring worm is a fungus on kitty's skin not a real worm or parasite. round worm is a parasite that lives inside kitty. both are contagious to humans so it's important to wash your hands very well after petting a cat you don't know, strays, kittens and feral cats can have both of these health issues.

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