Watch our short video on how to apply flea treatment to your cat safely, including top tips from our Registered Veterinary Nurses (RVNs) and cat owners, Emily & Sarah.
Flea treatments for cats come in several different forms including liquid pipettes, tablets and collars. To prevent your cat from getting fleas you should apply cat flea treatments monthly, or regularly as instructed by the specific product. This video shows how to apply a liquid pipette to your cat’s fur.
Vet recommended cat flea prevention products are typically more effective than products bought over the counter or online. Ask your vet about the best cat flea treatment for your pet.
An infestation of fleas can have a harmful effect on your cat, your home and your human family. Getting rid of fleas from the home can be difficult as they lay eggs at an alarming rate, so prevention is definitely better than cure when it comes to cat fleas.
Fleas can carry and transmit a number of harmful diseases to humans. Don’t risk it, make sure your cat is protected throughout their life against fleas.
If you need further help or advice on how to apply flea treatment to your cat or any other pet healthcare issues, you can get in touch with the Clent Hills Vets team by calling 01527 889810 or by visiting: clenthillsvets.co.uk/
- Only ever give your cat official cat-specific parasite control products
- Never intentionally or accidentally give your cat flea treatments for a dog as the ingredients can be toxic to your cat
- Always follow the dosage and storage instructions on the packaging or label provided by your vet
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