How Your Cat Can Get Fleas
- Fleas like to hide in dark places outside. They can jump very high and can hop onto anything that walks by, such as a dog, cat or even you. You may unknowingly bring fleas into your house. Fleas can also make their way inside your house through an open window or crack in the door.
- Since cats like to groom themselves, you may not notice the fleas on your cat because she may have ingested them.
- The fleas can spread fast, so it is important to kill them as quickly as you can.
How Fleas Impact Your Cat
- Fleas can deplete your cat’s blood supply and this can be especially dangerous in young kittens.
- As the flea feeds on the blood, the process creates a systemic reaction that can cause itching.
- Fleas can also cause tapeworm.
Protects against multiple stages of the flea life cycle.
Contains pyriproxyfen, an insect growth regulator to prevent the development of immature fleas.
Kills fleas within 6 hours and on day of application, 97% efficacy within 3 hours4.
Prevents flea re-infestations.
1. Catego® for Cats EPA Label.
2. Frontline® Plus website. http://www.frontline.com/plus/Pages/About.aspx. Accessed September 9, 2016.
3. Advatage® II website. https://www.petbasics.com/cat-products/advantage-ii-for-cats/products-detail/. Accessed September 9, 2016.
4. Data on file.
Frontline® is a registered trademark of Merial.
Advantage® is a registered trademark of Bayer.