First time in 10years, our cats have gotten ticks on them. And it got me thinking...in any sort of society down scenario, wouldn't bugs have a population explosion? I mean no more bug lights, no more spraying, no more bug repellant stuff at the stores. And with a lot of corpses, you'd also get lots of food for them. Plus lack of mass sanitation/sewage facilities. Does anyone have any plans to deal with that? I know plain white vinegar works for us as a mosquito repellant, and the brewer's yeast pills makes the cats/dog unattractive to ticks. We've got chiggers out here too, but keeping the grass cut down is a good deterrent to most annoyances of that sort.