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FRONTLINE® SPOT-ON Flea & Tick Treatment for Cats

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SRP £23.81
£14.64
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Kills fleas and ticks on your cat to help protect them from the discomfort and diseases these parasites cause. Use it every 4 weeks for optimal protection.

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Product Details

FRONTLINE® SPOT-ON is a topical treatment that goes over your cat's skin and hair to kill fleas and ticks through contact with them they don't have to bite your cat to be killed.Bathing/shampooing/ water exposure once a week does not affect the product's effectiveness. Do not bathe your cat for 2 days after application.

A clinically proven veterinary medicine that can be applied to cats from 8 weeks of age that weigh at least 1 kg. It can also be used on pregnant and nursing cats. If your cat is unwell, please see your vet for advice before you apply a flea treatment. FRONTLINE® SPOT-ON for Cats is not suitable for use on rabbits.

Sizes

Available in:
  • 3 pipette packs
  • 6 pipettes packs

Key Benefits

  • Kills fleas on your cat within 24 hours
  • Kills ticks within 48 hours, helping to reduce the risk of tick-borne disease
  • Kills lice
Instructions

It is important to make sure the product is applied to an area where your cat cannot lick the product off. Do not bathe your cat within 2 days of applying Frontline. Can be applied to cats from 8 weeks of age that weigh at least 1 kg. It can also be used on pregnant and lactating cats. If your cat is unwell, please see your vet for advice before you apply a flea treatment. Do not use on rabbits. 

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What our vet says

What our vet says
"If your cat prefers a spot on treatment to collar, this one from Frontline is a really good choice for prevention and treatment of fleas, ticks and lice. Each pipette will protect for a month. Apply to the back of the neck so they can't lick the product off."
John Campbell - Head Veterinary Surgeon (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)
John Campbell Head Veterinary Surgeon And
Co-Founder (BVM&S BSc MRCVS)