Collection: Cat Flea & Tick

18 products
  • Advocate Cat Large Purple
    Up to 8% off RRP
    Advocate Cat Large Purple
    $48.95 RRP$54.95
    From $48.95 to $75.95
  • Advocate Cat Small Orange
    Up to 9% off RRP
    Advocate Cat Small Orange
    $43.95 RRP$52.95
    From $43.95 to $72.95
  • Revolution Cat Blue
    Up to 14% off RRP
    Revolution Cat Blue
    $49.95 RRP$57.95
    From $49.95 to $87.95
  • Revolution Puppy Kitten Pink
    21% off RRP
    Revolution Puppy Kitten Pink
    $45.95 RRP:$57.95
  • Frontline Plus Cat Green
    Up to 21% off RRP
    Frontline Plus Cat Green
    $39.95 RRP$56.95
    From $39.95 to $67.95
  • Advantage Small Cat Orange
    Up to 29% off RRP
    Advantage Small Cat Orange
    $43.95 RRP$64.95
    From $43.95 to $56.95
  • Advantage Cat Large Purple
    Up to 16% off RRP
    Advantage Cat Large Purple
    $43.95 RRP$55.95
    From $43.95 to $56.95
  • Rufus And Coco Flea Flee Treatment Shampoo
    Rufus And Coco Flea Flee Treatment Shampoo
    $14.99
  • Seresto Cat Flea Collar
    45% off RRP
    Seresto Cat Flea Collar
    $43.95 RRP:$79.99
  • Trouble and Trix GlamourPuss Flea Comb
    30% off RRP
    Trouble and Trix GlamourPuss Flea Comb
    $11.95 RRP:$16.99
  • Aristopet Flea and Tick IGR Spray
    Up to 28% off RRP
    $19.95 RRP$29.99
    From $19.95 to $32.95
  • Aristopet Flea and Tick Rinse
    Up to 27% off RRP
    $19.95 RRP$29.99
    From $19.95 to $46.95
  • Aristopet Flea and Tick Shampoo
    Up to 31% off RRP
    $9.95 RRP$13.99
    From $9.95 to $19.95
  • Aristopet Flea Powder
    Up to 32% off RRP
    $12.95 RRP$17.99
    From $12.95 to $18.95
  • Fidos Fleatrol Plus Spray
    Up to 35% off RRP
    Fidos Fleatrol Plus Spray
    $13.95 RRP$25.99
    From $13.95 to $29.95
  • Moxiclear Purple for Kittens and Small Cats
    Up to 33% off RRP
    Moxiclear Purple for Kittens and Small Cats up to 4kg
    $25.95 RRP$39.99
    From $25.95 to $41.95
  • Moxiclear Orange for Cats over 4kg
    Up to 39% off RRP
    Moxiclear Orange for Cats over 4kg
    $26.95 RRP$42.99
    From $26.95 to $42.95
  • Frontline Spray
    Up to 13% off RRP
    $39.95 RRP$49.99
    From $39.95 to $69.95
Flea, tick and worming treatment for cats Prevention is much better than the cure when it comes to worms, fleas and ticks on your cat. At Pet Supplies Empire, we stock only the most respected and proven brands to ensure your cat has the best flea and tick protection possible. Why are fleas a problem? (supplied by Vetchat) While fleas are a problem throughout the year, the warmer and humid weather allows flea populations around Australia to explode. They are annoying to cats, and the bite of the flea can cause a allergic reaction causing them to be very itchy and get painful sores on their skin. Fleas hatch from eggs and jump onto the nearest host for a feed. Although fleas can’t fly, they can jump long distances and get to your pet from another animal, the soil or grass. They are prolific breeders and one female adult flea can lay around 50 eggs per day – this means a couple of fleas feeding on your kitty can turn into scores of them very quickly! These eggs fall off your pet wherever they frequent (think carpet, rugs, floorboards, backyard etc), where they hatch into larvae and ultimately develop into adult fleas and start looking for a host again, such as you or your pet. Prevention is definitely better than the cure when it comes to fleas. Don’t wait until summer hits before you start thinking about flea treatment – by then it can be too late! How do I know if my cat already has fleas? The vets at Vetchat have put together the top three ways to tell if your cat has fleas:
  1. You see fleas: Fleas are a dark brown colour, a few mm in size and can be spotted by the naked eye just by inspecting your cat’s skin after parting back the fur. Typically, you find them on the skin around your cat's rump but they can be anywhere.
  2. Flea dirt: This is flea poop (your pets dried blood). It looks like there’s dirt on your cat’s skin. If you stand your cat on some white paper towel and use a flea comb to put some of this dirt on the towel, add some water to the suspected flea dirt - and if the water makes the dirt a reddish colour on the paper you have your answer - this is flea dirt and even if you can’t see a flea - you have a flea problem.
  3. Skin irritation: A cat with fleas will usually show visible signs of irritation and restlessness. If your cat is shaking its head, scratching, licking, or chewing on certain parts of its body more than usual, this may be a sign of fleas.
There are a variety of topical or oral products that are very effective at ridding your pet of fleas. You should use them all year around and treat all your pets at home, with the appropriate product for that pet. There are many trusted brands out there including Frontline Plus, Advocate and many more. Read the product descriptions of the different options to see which one is best for you and your pet. You also need to treat the environment such as wash all your cats bedding and use the good old vacuum cleaner for the floors of the house (tip: be sure to empty the vacuum bag as well: eggs can hatch in here!) Cautionary note: you must use cat products for cats and dog products for dogs. If you think your cat has fleas or you have a question on worming or safe tick prevention, you can get a Vetchat vet on a live video call or start a text chat to discuss in detail.