Advantage Cat is an external antiparasitic treatment for cats to repel and eliminate fleas. Advantage Cat comes in spot-on pipettes, and is safe and user-friendly. Advantage Cat is effective for one month.
- package of 4 pipettes -
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Advantage Cat is used to prevent and treat fleas on cats. Advantage Cat protects your cat against new infestations for 3 to 4 weeks. Advantage Cat can be used in combination with a Flea Allergy Dermatitis (FAD) treatment programme.
IMIDACLOPRID: 100 mg
Butylated hydroxytoluene: 1 mg
Excipients q.s.: 1 ml
Advantage Cat must be applied directly onto the skin at the back of your cat's neck.
The fleas are killed within 24 hours after applying Advantage Cat. One application of Advantage Cat prevents further flea infestations for 3 to 4 weeks. Advantage Cat is still effective even if your cat is wet, for example after a bath or on a rainy day.
However, you may have to reapply Advantage Cat if there are fleas in your cat's environment. In that case, you should wait at least 1 week before reapplying Advantage Cat.
If the environment is infested with fleas, we advise that you also treat the environment for adult fleas as well as larvae and nymphs using a suitable product.
Do not treat unweaned kittens younger than 8 weeks.
Advantage Cat has a bitter taste and can result in excessive salivation if the cat licks the area where Advantage Cat was applied immediately following treatment. This is not a sign of poisoning. This side effect will disappear within a few minutes, without any treatment.
Apart from the fleas on your cat, the fleas' eggs, their larvae and their nymphs can also be found in your cat's environment. These can therefore reinfect your pet shortly after treatment. This is why we recommend treating the surroundings with an appropriate spray, such as Virbac Laboratory's Indoor-X .