September 28th 07, 03:35 AM
they were found in my 2 year old granddaughter's hair...don't if they
just jumped there or were there....used Advantage, used flea bomb,
vacuumed the bag had a flea collar in it and my cats are indoor
cats...I don't know what to do at my wits end
contacted Bayer they make advantage..hmm we'''ll see what that say
What difference does it make to the dead, the orphans, and the
homeless, whether the mad destruction is wrought under the name of
totalitarianism or the holy name of liberty or democracy
September 28th 07, 05:15 PM
On 28 Sep, 14:59, "Matthew" > wrote:
> "ensoul" > wrote in message
> > they were found in my 2 year old granddaughter's hair...don't if they
> > just jumped there or were there....used Advantage, used flea bomb,
> > vacuumed the bag had a flea collar in it and my cats are indoor
> > cats...I don't know what to do at my wits end
> > contacted Bayer they make advantage..hmm we'''ll see what that say
> > lynn
> Ok one thing is once you flea bomb and vacuum. You need to flea bomb again
> and possible than another time. The vibration of the vacuum make the eggs
> hatch. You can't have piles of clothes or anything piled up they can hid
> in it and survive.
> Fleas live where there is blood human or otherwise.
> I don't think you understand how advantage works. It works on your pets
> only there is nothing that stops fleas in your house. When you have an
> infestation it can be bad and it can get worse. The best thing to do is
> have the pets professional groom and flea dipped. Than you have a company
> come in and do the house professional. they know where to look and where to
> put the poisons. Fleas live in fabric, carpet, laundry they are just as
> bad as roaches.
It also might end up being cheaper than constantly trying the cheaper
I have made this mistake before, believing that I could save a quid or
two (£). In the end, it worked out to be cheaper to get the
exterminators in. @ least if there is still a problem, you can call
them again, & let them, know that it didn't work, & they will come
back & sort it out for you. The other thing is that once they break
the cycle, you can get on top of the cats uninvited visitors again.
To answer your first question, "No, *I don't think* that fleas live in
human hair." They are really good ankle bitters, but they don't
habitat in humans hair, like head lice do for instance.
I hope you get on top of this problem soon,
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