Advantage for cats is a topically applied monthly flea treatment for 8 weeks and older kittens and cats. On applying, it kills 100% fleas within 12 hours and continuous to kill flea life stages for four weeks. The waterproof treatment also kills and controls flea larvae found in the surroundings and prevents flea re-infestations.
Advantage for cats is available in two different packs:
Step1: Allow the cat to stand comfortably. Part the fur at the base of the skull until bare skin is visible.
Step2: Invert the open tube on the skin and squeeze out the content until the tube is empty. It is safe to use on pregnant and lactating queens.
Step3: Allow the area to be dry. Wrap the empty tube in a paper sheet before disposing it.
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Advantage for cats is a monthly spot-on treatment that kills flea and flea larvae for one complete month. Its active ingredient imidacloprid kills adult fleas within 12 hours and destroys the life stages for four continuous weeks. The treated pet also affects the flea larvae found in the surroundings and thus prevents re-infestations.
Advantage protects the pet from several flea-infected diseases and is suitable for all breeds of cats. It is safe to treat nursing cats and queens. Unweaned kittens under 8 weeks of age are protected against flea infestations by coming in contact with the already treated lactating mother.
Imidacloprid 10% m/v
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I have alwaysused topical flea products non Cloey ever since she nwas old enough. This last summer I used Advantage and within about three weeks I had to put it on Cloey again. I found two types of fleas on her some were real teeny black ones and some were nbigger brown ones. The flea stuff worked for only 3 weeks on these fleas. when I used to buy it it used to say on the box works for up to three months and it DID. Have the companies watered the product down so that I have to buy it more...?
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