General information on Hookworms
Hookworms are most commonly found in dogs, however, there are 4 types of Hookworms that can afflict cats. Generally, Hookworms are found in cats that live in hot and humid temperatures.
Symptoms of Hookworms
Symptoms of Hookworms in cats may include diarrhea, anemia, bloody stools, black-tar looking stools, weight loss and weakness.
Treatments for Hookworms
If you suspect Hookworms in your cat, seek the advice of your vet. His treatment may include administering Nemex and Vercom, as these agents are safe and effective.
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