Product Type: Frontline cat accessories
Newest Review: ... rest of the pack away in a safe place until you need to use it again. *How to use* Frontline is an easy to administer and all you need... more
I love you but please stop scratching
Frontline Plus Cats
Member Name: mad lady
Frontline Plus Cats
Advantages: Keeps your cat happy and flea free
Disadvantages: Trying to keep your cat still to apply it
Anyone that has a cat will know that feeling when your cat seems to be scratching more than is normal, I know its the time to make a hasty visit to the vet to grab some Frontline.
When we had our previous cat I tried some of the shop bought flea repellents, sprays and powders but found that they didn't work, my vet then recommended Frontline spot on. Frontline is available from your vet and not sold in shops, although I understand it is available on line these days.
Frontline comes in packs of three pipettes, each pipette once applied last for approximately 28 days, so you have three months supply. The cost is £15.00 per pack. Although this time round my vets were doing a special offer for 3 for the price of 2 which meant I got 9 months supply for £30.00. Not bad to keep little Millie free from the nasty little fleas and ticks!
The 3 pipettes come in individually sealed packaging, so you tear the first one off, remove it from the foil wrapper, shake the liquid to the base of the pipette then snap the top off ready to apply to your cat.
Haha this is where the fun starts, I swear little Millie knows the sound of that packet! She runs a mile, I won't bore you to tears with the details of us trying to coax her into a position where I can apply her treatment, but I will tell you it took about 10 minutes.
Anyway once I had her quite firmly gripped, with lots of comforting words, she was finally ready. You have to part their fur and apply in 2 places directly on to their skin at the base of their skull. This is basically so that they can't lick it off. Its very important that you wash your hands after applying this. This must also be kept out of the reach of children. Cats must not be handled until the Frontline is completley dry.
Frontline kills 98%-100% of fleas within 24 hours and prevents reinfestation by adult and immature ticks for up to a month.
Frontline must not be used on rabbits as it can cause adverse reactions or even death.
It must not be used on kittens less than 8 weeks old, or sick cats or convalescent cats.
Well once again my little feline friend has forgiven me for applying her monthly dose of Frontline, shes laying on her back having her tummy tickled. I can rest assured that she will remain flea free.
Summary: It even comes with calendar stickers to remind you when you need to reapply