Frontline Spot On for Cats
Frontline Spot On for Cats is an easy and effective way to get rid of ticks, fleas, or biting lice on your cat.
What it's for?
Ticks, fleas, and biting lice are tiny creatures that burrow into your cat's skin to feed and lay eggs. If your cat loves exploring, chances are they'll pick up these nasty bugs at some point. Fleas love the warmth of your cat's skin, particularly around the armpits, the belly, groin, ears, and bottom of the tail. Ticks are a bit easier to find because they are bigger. You should definitely have a check for them if your cat is washing or scratching themselves too much. Red or painful-looking skin is also often a giveaway.
If you think your cat’s got fleas or ticks, act quickly. When ticks find a nice warm spot, they like to lay eggs, which can lead to nasty infections for your cat.
- fast-acting, killing most fleas in 24 hours and ticks in 48 hours
- keeps working for up to a month before you need to re-apply it
- easy and painless to apply - so your cat won't put up a fuss
- kills most biting lice and ticks and helps to stop them from laying eggs
- becomes waterproof after 48 hours
- can use on cats over eight weeks old
- can use on cats who weigh one or more kilograms
How it works
Frontline Spot On is easy to use. It comes with a 50mg pipette, which you just press against the skin where the neck and skull join. Do this again two or three centimetres further back. These spots are tough for your cat to reach, so it helps stop them licking it off! Your cat's natural skin oils do the rest of the work, carrying the medicine through their body. It'll often be able to kill fleas and ticks on contact.
Frontline Spot On is very effective, so it's a good idea to let it dry before handling or stroking your cat. Use our Indorex Household Flea Spray to keep your house free of pests.
Administration: Part the coat between the shoulder blades until the skin is visible. Place the tip of the spot-on pipette on the skin and squeeze gently to empty its contents onto the skin, preferably at two spots, one at the base of the skull and a second 2-3cm's further back.
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1 pipette of 0.5 ml per cat (approximately 7.5 - 15 mg/kg).
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Frontline catNot as easy to apply as the video makes out. Difficult to find skin,and then as soon as he felt the first drop he was wriggling. Consequently some went on fur and he still has some fleas two weeks later
Great ProductNo stress for me or the pets. Very good price too.
Frontline flea treatment and droncit wormerExcellent service. Best products in my experience. Fair price. Speedy .
frontline cati always use frontline for my dogs & cats as it is the best for flea & tick protection I have found. Speedy delivery & a great price
took a whileit took a while to come but they dealt with the problem perfect