Lice are species-specific. They do not move from one species to another. That
means that you cannot get lice from your cat nor can your cat get human specific
Sep 24, 2013 ... If the treatment used does not kill the head lice, your health care provider and
pharmacist can help you be sure the treatment was used correctly ...
Apr 22, 2014 ... Just as head lice pass from human to human, dog lice are most often transmitted
... You cannot easily get rid of nits with insecticides or by bathing. ... While treating
your dog for lice, keep him away from other dogs. ... Noo that's not true lice are
blood sucker's my cat and dog both have lice and every 10 mi...
Apr 14, 2010 ... If you have a lice problem in your home, see your local drug store for a good lice
shampoo and get a "nit comb" and remember, lice infect all ...
Head lice are so small you can't see them with the naked eye. ... Your child is
more likely to get head lice than you are. ... another animal such as a dog or cat.
How do you get rid of them? ... We have the basics and links to solid resources so
you can learn more. ... Animals, like dogs and cats do not carry head lice. ... News
and World Report — "... do you really want a neurotoxin on your child's scalp?
The best thing that you can do is to reduce the numbers of lice on your ... Women
and children are more likely to get head lice than men, but within family ... Other
closely related lice infest monkeys or apes, but not dogs, cats, rodents or birds.
... from your cat? And what is the difference between cat fleas and head lice? ...
your cat? The short answer is no, you can't catch fleas from a cat. ... The most
effective flea preparations for cats are available from your veterinarian. Foggers
Feb 20, 2015 ... Cats do get lice, although lice are not as common as other parasites ... If you
suspect your child or pet has head lice, please call your health ...