flea-ridden

flea-ridden

adj
infested with fleas
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Scientists have long thought that the bacterium which is transmitted by the bite of fleas was spread directly to humans by the flea-ridden rats that lived in people's homes.
They also found more than a dozen flea-ridden and underweight cats roaming the house.
Inspector Keira Benham has to call the police when owners refuse to hand over their five malnourished and flea-ridden crossbreeds.
Inspector Keira Benham has to call the when owners refuse to hand over their five malnourished and flea-ridden crossbreeds.
The latest offering proves to be another canine roller-coaster ride as Keira Benham fights to save five malnourished and flea-ridden crossbreeds.
But rocketing rents mean this flea-ridden place was the only one Sandrine, who had her own business, could afford.
In case you forgot, when police raided his home, they found it as flea-ridden and stench-filled as his Women's Medical Society abortion clinic--a place of unbearable smells where "You could tell there was death somewhere.
This story takes you back to the time when Manny Pacquiao was still far removed from the glitz and glamor of Los Angeles and only stayed at the flea-ridden Vagabond Inn beside Wild Card Gym.
Because some pet owners aren't doing these things, it's a wormier, more flea-ridden world than it should be.
The one we have is so flea-ridden, disoriented and myopic, it's time to do the humane thing and put it to sleep.
Then it was revealed that the London home he sold in 2008 was described as a "tip" by the new owners, who said the property was damp, filthy and flea-ridden - even though Joyce claimed pounds 120,000 in MP's expenses to maintain it.
Washington, Jun 30 (ANI): Troubled singer Amy Winehouse has infuriated management of the St Lucian resort where she is living after she insisted on bringing home flea-ridden stray dogs.