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Frontline Top Spot for Cats

Rating 4/5 based on 22 Reviews

Price Starts From $28.66

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Description

Frontline Top Spot is a monthly topical spot on treatment for all breeds of cats. It provides protection against fleas and flea infestations. It controls flea allergy dermatitis and biting lice on cats. The fast acting treatment kills fleas within 24 hours of application. Moreover, it is suitable to use on 8 weeks and older kittens and cats and remains effective for 4 weeks.

Frontline Top Spot - How it works?

Frontline Top Spot for cats is a fast-acting monthly flea treatment that kills fleas and prevents their re-infestations by killing the life stages of these external parasites. Fipronil, the active ingredient in Frontline Top Spot kills external parasites by paralyzing and killing them with the insecticidal property. It eliminates fleas within 24 hours and prevents the multiplication of fleas for an entire month.

The very convenient waterproof treatment is effective even after the pet gets wet. It also reduces the risk of Flea Allergy Dermatitis (FAD) in cats. 

Note: For tick control on cats, use FRONTLINE SPRAY

Kindly Note:Merial is now acquired by Boehringer Ingelheim. So, the manufacturer’s name on product packs may vary according to the available stock.

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Reviews

Best treatment

This monthly topical spot-on treatment is very easy to use. It is very effective and protects my catty from flea infestation and ticks. I am satisfied with the results of this product on my kitty.

Aiden Jun 24, 2016

Effective for my kitties

Good product for my litter of kitties. It works without any side effects and does not irritate those tiny babies.

Sapphire Mar 25, 2016