Saturday, June 25, 2016

                                 Behold: I Am Spittola

Lord of the Fleas

The Human is using a judicious combination of Advantage, frequent vacuuming & eternal vigilance to see if we can avoid The Bomb. Guerrilla warfare continues.

15 comments:

  1. I hope those little boogers go bye-bye forever Spitty!

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  2. All hail, Lord Spittola!

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  3. Vacuuming is a good way to go. This is almost as bad as the bedbugs. Did your human bring them in when she was cavorting with other cats? Another good weapon is food grade diatomaceous earth. Your human can put it in the vacuum bag and sprinkle it on rugs and bedding. You can google it. When Autumn had that problem, she had to be dipped twice and the basement where she lived at the time had to be bombed. You can beat this!

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  4. Ugh! We sure hope you and the human win the war against those nasty little fleas!

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  5. Hoping fer yer success at nonfleadom! Becuz Im missing yer tired royal head on my silken tummy until that is all cleared up. ~ IZA Flea-Phobic

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  6. Hey, why don't you build a wall (or get the fleas to build it) to keep those parasites away ????

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  7. Geez, you never go out - how did those things find you?

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  8. As much as you enjoy having minions, Spitty...I'm thinking being rid of fleas will make you happier! Wishing you and your human good luck; we know you can do it!

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  9. Oh, dear...My human went through that once with a couple adopted cats. They were allergic to fleas. Furniture and carpet had to be sprayed and the poor cats got flea baths at the vet's!

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  10. They aRe bad this year! Good luck and diligence you will persevere! Xoxo

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  11. They aRe bad this year! Good luck and diligence you will persevere! Xoxo

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  12. Yuck! Fleas! Mes NOT stopping by for snuggles this wok darling.
    Kisses
    Nellie

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