Drontal Allwormer Tablets for Cats & Kittens protects your pet against every type of intestinal worm commonly found in Australian cats, including roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms. Designed in a new ellipsoid shape specially for cats, Drontal Allwormer Tablets for Cats provide peace of mind by helping to protect the family home against transmissible worm infections that can be harmful to humans. The key features of Drontal Allwormer Tablets for Cats include:
- Controls all major intestinal worms commonly found in Australian cats including roundworm, hookworm and tapeworm.
- Does not control heartworm or lungworm.
- Gentle and effective.
- New ellipsoid shape designed for cats.
- Can be used on young kittens, pregnant queens and show animals.
- Combine with Advantage for Cats for greater overall protection from parasites.
- Helps protect families against transmissible worm infections.
Drontal Allwormer Tablets for Cats is available in 2 packs and 4 packs.
What to Know About Cat Worming
Kittens are first exposed to intestinal worms soon after birth, commonly through their mother's milk. Adult cats are exposed to worms through soil, as well as from eating small animals like mice who can act as hosts for some species of gastrointestinal worms. Heavy infestations with worms can cause diarrhoea, weight loss, poor growth and anaemia. Kittens are particularly susceptible to problems caused by infection with intestinal worms, so they should be wormed more frequently than adult cats. Kittens should be wormed every fortnight from 2 to 12 weeks of age, then every month until 6 months of age. Adult cats and kittens over 6 months old should be wormed at least every 3 months.
If you think your cat has worms, speak to your vet to seek immediate treatment. Remember, prevention is better than a cure so make sure your cat is up to date with his or her worming tablets!
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