FRONTLINE Plus for Cats Flea And Tick Treatment
FRONTLINE® Plus for Catsprovides fast, effective and convenient treatment and control of fleas and ticks for cats and kittens. FRONTLINE® Plus stops and prevents infestations and kills adult fleas, flea eggs, and flea larvae. Prevents all flea stages eggs, larvae, pupae from developing. Kills fleas which may cause flea allergy dermatitis. Kills all stages of deer ticks (which may carry Lyme disease), brown dog ticks, American dog ticks, and lone star ticks. Prevents and controls reinfestations. Ticks are more than a nuisance. In some cases, they may transmit serious diseases to your cat or even to you. To kill ticks that may carry and transmit these serious diseases, count on the control of FRONTLINE® Plus.
FRONTLINE® Plus For Cats contains fipronil and the insect growth regulator (IGR) (S)-methoprene. Insect growth regulators interrupt or inhibit the life cycle of a pest. Flea eggs and flea larvae that are exposed to (IGR) (S)-methoprene will never develop into the adult jumping, biting and (most important) reproducing fleas. FRONTLINE® Plus effectively targets all stages of fleas. Fipronil collects in the oils of the skin and hair follicles, and continues to be released from hair follicles onto the skin and coat, resulting in long-lasting activity against fleas and ticks.
FRONTLINE® is waterproof, since the active ingredient in FRONTLINE® products is stored in the oil glands in the skin, from which it is continuously released onto cats’ fur, FRONTLINE® remains truly waterproof for 30 days or longer. FRONTLINE® is so gentle it is approved for use on kittens 8 weeks or older. It is also approved for breeding, pregnant and lactating cats. For best flea and tick control, apply FRONTLINE® Plus monthly throughout the year. FRONTLINE ® does not expire if it remains unopened and is stored properly according to the package instructions.
Longest-lasting, most complete spot-on flea and tick protection availableKills 100% of adult fleas on your pet within 24-48 hoursKills all stages of 4 major ticks including the ones that may transmit Lyme disease and Rocky Mountain spotted feverKeeps killing fleas and ticks for at least four weeks