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Removing a tick

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Removing a tick

Ticks are blood-sucking parasites which can affect your cat, especially if it goes out in the countryside or grassy areas during the summer and autumn months.

What is a tick?

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Do ticks harm my pet?

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Should I remove the tick?

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How do I remove a tick?

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Should I put anything on the skin after removing the tick?

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How can I stop my cat from getting any more ticks?

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