Frontline Plus for cats protects your pets from fleas and ticks that infest both your pet cat and your home, as well as preventing re-infestation.
Keep your cat healthy and happy with Frontline Plus flea & tick protection, the number one choice of veterinarians, an easy-to-use treatment that has been proven effective against pesky ticks and fleas.
Frontline Plus for cats kills 100% of fleas that have infested your cat within 12 hours of treatment. It's also safe to use on kittens that are older than 8 weeks of age, as well as pregnant, breeding or lacting cats.
As it's completely waterproof, Frontline Plus flea treatment is effective, even if your cat goes swimming, is bathed, or goes outside in the rain. It delivers continuous protection against fleas and ticks for you, your home and of course your cat or kitten.
Frontline Plus for cats is a topical spot-on application that treats and prevents flea infestation, as well as biting lice, on both cats and kittens.
Killing fleas for at least one month per treatment, Frontline Plus for cats controls and prevents any re-infestation of fleas, which can be a major irritation for cats and humans, as well as transmitting other unwanted diseases.
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Frontline Plus for cats keeps your cat happy and healthy by providing effective and long-lasting flea and tick protection, killing 100% of fleas within 12 hours of treatment. To administer Frontline Plus flea treatment to your cat, follow these steps:
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Frontline Plus has demonstrated a significant margin of safety for use in cats and kittens over 8 weeks of age and in breeding, pregnant or lactating queens. If licking occurs shortly after application, a brief period of hyper-salivation may occur due to the taste of the vehicle.
Do not use Frontline Plus if you or your pets have a known hypersensitivity to insecticides or alcohol.
Frontline Plus for cats contains the active ingredients Fipronil(9.8%), S-Methoprene(11.8%).
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