Capstar for cats is an tablet administered orally which provides fast relief against fleas.
Killing fleas with just a single dose, it is safe to administer on kittens four weeks and older, as well as pregnant and nursing cats.
Capstar for cats does not give off any odor, and there is no messy application. The active ingredient, nitenpyram, kills fleas and prevents them from laying more eggs, making it the ideal treatment against external parasites.
Capstar tablets can be given to your cat or kitten at any time of the day.
Capstar for cats is a highly effective and fast-acting treatment for cat fleas.
Within just 30 minutes following application of this treatment, it begins to kill adult fleas, and within 7 hours 100% of its fleas will be dead, leaving your cat free of fleas and comfortable again.
As Capstar begins working within 30 minutes, a single dose will kill fleas on your cat quickly and effectively.
Capstar tablets can be given to your cat at any time of the day when fleas are bothering it. As Capstar is an oral treatment with tablets, there is no mess or odor, and it won't rub or wash off.
It's also very safe for use on kittens that are over 2lbs and over four weeks old, and you can use it on cats that are pregnant or nursing.
Capstar tablets will kill fleas with a single dose. It is easy to administer to cats, just follow the simple steps below for full protection against cat fleas:
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Capstar tablets are an easy-to-use oral treatment for the fast-acting knockdown of adult fleas on cats. It starts working within 30 minutes after dosing.
Capstar tablets should only be administered to kittens that are 4 weeks of age or older. For the first hour following treatment, your cat may scratch more than normal. This is completely normal, and is due to the fleas reacting to the active ingredient of Capstar tablets.
Capstar flea treatment is also extremely safe - no adverse reactions from the medication has been observed when the active ingredient, nitenpyram, was administered with other products that are commonly used in veterinary practices, including other flea products, antibiotics or vaccines.
The active ingredient of Capstar tablets is Nitenpyram, an insecticide that is commonly used in agriculture and veterinary medicine to destroy external parasites on pets.
Nitenpyram is a neurotoxin which blocks the ability for neural messages to transmit through the flea's central nervous system, causing immediate paralyzation and death of the flea.
As it is a shorter-term treatment, it is recommended that other longer-term treatments are used in conjunction with Capstar to prevent reinfestation of fleas on your cat.
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