Advantage for cats is a fast-acting topical flea treatment, killing up to 100% of fleas within 12 hours of treatment.
The treatment stops fleas from biting within 5 minutes, killing adult fleas and their larvae fast before they develop into biting fleas. Advantage for cats is gentle enough for use on kittens as young as two months old.
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Each dose of Advantage for cats will treat a cat for a whole month.
Discover the easy way to protect your cat against irritating fleas and flea larvae, with Advantage for cats. Advantage stops fleas biting your cat within 5 minutes following treatment, killing them quickly within 20 minutes of contact, and reducing other problems such as flea allergy dermatitis and tapeworm.
Flea larvae is destroyed in your cat's surroundings due to the effective larvicidal effect following treatment, making it a quick and easy way of controlling fleas and their larvae.
Advantage flea control for cats will kill 100% of chewing lice within 7 days, and will keep your pet cat fully protected for a whole month.
As it's waterproof, you're able to wash or bathe your cat after treatment, and you don't have to keep your cat indoors if it's raining.
Advantage breaks the lifecycle of the fleas, meaning that it can be used as the only product for complete flea control for your cat.
Advantage for cats is an easy-to-use treatment that offers full protection against cat fleas. Follow the steps below to protect your cat against these pesky insects:
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Advantage for cats is a topical 'spot-on' application for the treatment and prevention of fleas and lice on cats.
Advantage flea treatment is gentle to your cat, so you're free to use it on kittens as well as cats that are pregnant or lactating. Treating unweaned kittens is un-necessary, as the treated mother will protect the litter against fleas.
As Advantage cat flea treatment is for topical (for use externally on the skin), it should not be given orally under any circumstances. Once treated, do not allow animals to groom each other until the product is completely dry.
Also ensure that this product does not come into contact with your cat's eyes or mouth when administering Advantage for cats. However, your cat may lick the application area after treatment, and salivation may occur which is normal, and will pass shortly.
In rare cases side effects may include skin irritation and itching, or hair loss and redness. Incoordination and tremors have been reported in very rare circumstances.
Avoid contact with your skin, eyes or mouth. If skin or eye irritation occurs, or if Advantage medication is swallowed, seek medical advice.
The active ingredient, Imidacloprid, is an ectoparasiticide which belongs to a group of chloronicotinyl compounds. This active ingredient will result in the paralysis and death of insects once transmitted from your cat.
Following application of Advantage, the active ingredient is quickly distributed over your cat, protecting it from fleas and parasites.
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I just purchased Frontline Plus for my 3 little girls - all long haired Chihuahuas. I haven’t seen any fleas on them but they are scratching like crazy. I’m wondering about applying this product to them and our sleeping arrangements. They all sleep with us and most of the night it’s under the covers. Is this something I should be worried about once I’ve applied this medicine to them?
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