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deworming with pumpkin seeds
 
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deworming with pumpkin seeds





No sooner did my beloved cat pass over then a young ginger tom cat started visiting and eating bread and birdseed on my garden lawn and can only assume it is a stray, or has worms! From what I have read too, it's really dangerous in cats to starve or go hungry ie not eat..for more than three days, thereafter irreversible damage can happen thats why when they go off food it's to take note and seek help or address it pronto.

That's why i'm feeding him..it eats huge amounts in one go
and yesterday even after he bolted his food on his way out of the garden he even stopped to pick up raw pumpkin seeds i had thrown out for the birds and squirrels!!!

My question is..pumpkin seeds...as a dewormer...do you husk them for the seed inside or do the husks contain the deworming properties?

Thank you.
 

 
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