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A healthy cat will have a healthy coat, but all that fur all over the feline allows fleas to hide themselves from view and get up to all the no-good biting behavior that makes them public enemy number one for pets. Going through all that fur with a flea comb is going to be way too time consuming and not nearly effective enough for killing fleas on cats, so it’s best to use a cat flea medication like Cheristin. One application gives your pet a full month of flea protection for cats, and within 12 hours of applying Cheristin nearly all of the fleas on your cat will have been eliminated.
Keep the treated area dry for at least 4 hours.
Repeat once every month for effective flea prevention for cats.
The active ingredient in Cheristin for cats topical flea treatment is Spinetoram.
Never exceed dosage guideline – cats can only have one application per month. Speak with your veterinarian again if you feel the medication is not working well enough.
For cats 8 weeks of age and up, and animal must weigh at least 1.8lbs.
For topical use only, and not to be ingested orally. Only use with breeding, pregnant, or lactating cats if a veterinarian approves treatment this way for your cat.
Harmful if swallowed. Keep away from eyes, ears, nose, and mouth.
There are no established drug interaction risks between Cheristin for cats flea preventative and other Rx pet medications. It is advisable to always tell your veterinarian about all medications your pet is currently taking before getting a prescription and proceeding to buy Cheristin for cats.
Cheristin for cats side effects are rare, but some cats may have application site hair loss, hair change (greasy, clumping or matting), skin irritation, inactivity, vomiting, or loss of appetite. If these Cheristin for cats side effects are observed then discontinue use and consult with a veterinarian again for other flea prevention for cats solutions.