Indoor cats tend to get fleas from your dog coming in and out (if you have one), or you as they like to latch onto anything they can grab hold of, and once fleas are in your home, it is hard to get them out.
You can keep your dog and cat from picking up fleas by spraying your outdoor area with a pesticide, and also do your best to make sure that you get rid of grass clippings and other debris in the garden that give them places to hide and breed, waiting for your pet to stroll on by.
If you’re wondering how to kill fleas in your home, DIY flea control can also include regularly checking your pet for fleas, and bathing them in soap and water. Even if you aren't sure that they have fleas, this is a good habit to get into and it'll kill anything that's on your animal for sure, and dislodge any eggs.
Fleas, the irritating little pests, are everywhere, so even if you are the most meticulous person in the world, there's a good chance that pet owners are going to have them in your house at one point or another. The trick is to make sure that you know how to battle them when they do, and call for professional flea control in London if things get out of hand.