Flea & Tick Treatments For Cats

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There's nothing worse than finding out that your cuddly companion has contracted a pesky parasite. The presence of fleas and ticks causes a wide variety of problems for both cats and their parents. Cat fleas are small, hard bodied, dark brown to black insects. They can't fly but have strong hind legs which let them jump. They have mouths that can pierce your pet's skin and suck their blood. Depending on the temperature and humidity, fleas can live from one to two and a half months. That's enough time to cause significant discomfort to your cat.

There are a number of signs your cat has fleas, including flea dirt in their coat, excessive scratching, licking or biting at their skin, as well as hair loss. A variety of flea treatments and medicines are available for cats. You can use some to kill fleas on your pet, while others help you kill pests in your home or yard. Cat flea treatments should target both adult and larval fleas.

A flea or tick is an ectoparasite, or a parasite that lives outside of its host. In order to survive, fleas and ticks must bite their hosts to draw blood for food. Even though flea bites are small, their saliva can cause severe allergies, dermatitis, anemia, itching, and infections. 

Tick-borne diseases do not affect cats as much as they do dogs, but there is still a risk of illness. It is also possible for ticks to transmit diseases to cats, which can then be transmitted to humans. In order to prevent flea and tick allergies and reduce the risk of diseases spreading, it’s best to prevent infestations from occurring in the first place. The good news is that there are many products that can help you keep your pet parasite-free.


What are the best flea and tick treatments for cats and kittens? 

Cat flea and tick treatment prevents the spread of both parasites, so your cat can live a healthy, comfortable life free of itching, soreness, and rashes. Consider your pet's age when choosing the best cat flea treatment. For kittens, select a solution formulated especially for them. Kittens as young as 8 weeks old can be treated with our range of treatments. Our range of spot-on solutions like– Bravecto Plus, Bravecto Spot On, Revolution, and Revolution Plus– helps control intestinal worms and ear mites while preventing heartworms and lice. The products we stock are also safe to use during breeding, pregnancy, and lactation.

Choose a cat flea treatment that acts rapidly and prevents re-infestations with newly acquired adult fleas if your cat weighs more than four kilograms. Additionally, these solutions assist in preventing the development of flea eggs, larvae, and pupae produced by adult fleas for up to six weeks after treatment.

Which types of flea and tick treatments are available?

Our online store has a range of flea and tick treatments for cats ranging from topical liquid treatments in spray bottles to spot-on treatments you can apply to your cat's bedding or sprinkle throughout their coat. Consider your cat's weight and age before choosing a flea treatment so that you can prevent the onset of potentially serious health issues while keeping your cat healthy and happy.

When should cats be treated for fleas and ticks?

Prevention is key when it comes to flea and tick treatments for cats. Veterinary professionals recommend applying topical treatments at least once a month. Even indoor cats need flea treatments in the summer since ticks are more active in the warmer months. All-year-round protection is recommended even during the winter. Read Keeping Fleas Off Your Pet for more info.

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