How to keep fleas from biting in the first place
I have two cats, they are from the same litter, and both of them are allergic to fleas. They are indoor cats only. They have never been outside, yet they still get fleas. My female will scratch herself until she bleeds, and then rip her fur out with her teeth, and the male will not only scratch till he gets the scabs, but he will lick all of his fur off that he can reach. I do the monthly flea medication, but the flea will still bite. I have been told that Garlic and Brewster yeast will keep a flea from even biting my cat. Is this true? I have a recipe for making Garlic and Brewster yeast cookies to feed the cats, but if the flea is still going to bite, then I am not going to bother making them. I need to find something that will stop fleas from biting them in the first place. I do not make much money, and the monthly Prednizone treatment for both cats is a bit out of my reach. Any input will be greatly appreciated.