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Tapeworm Symptoms in Cats
There are the different tapeworm symptoms for cats that you should certainly be aware of and watch for as a pet owner to see if there may be a tapeworm in cats. If you notice any of these, you want to reach out to a vet or use a tapeworm treatment in cats immediately.
Unfortunately, tapeworms have a toxin which can often cause cats to convulse. And, when tapeworm segments are let go from the tapeworm and released through relieving itself, the segments occasionally stick to the anus, causing uncomfortable itching for your cat in that area. You will also see your cat dragging its rear end down the ground.
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