Advocate for Cats over 4 kg Description:
Advocate for Cats is a monthly spot-on type medication for the prevention of heartworm, and the treatment of fleas, hookworm, roundworm, and ear mites in cats. Advocate is the closest thing to a vaccine against Australia's most common parasites.
Advocate Flea and Worm Control for Cats Key Benefits:
Easy-to-us spot-on treatment
Treats fleas, hookworm, roundworm and ear mites
Stops fleas biting within 3-5 minutes
Kills all adult fleas and their larvar within 20 minutes
For monthly use
Directions of Use
Place the applicator tip of the Advocate for Cats through the cats hair to the skin level. For cats, apply to the skin on the back of the neck at the base of the skull. Do not get any Advocate for Cats flea and worm medication in the pet’s eyes or mouth.
10 % Imidacloprid (w/v -100g/L) and 1.0 % Moxidectin (w/v -10 g/L)
Do not get Advocate for Cats in the pet’s eyes or mouth. Use with caution in sick, debilitated or underweight animals. Do not use in kittens under 9 weeks of age. This product causes eye irritation in humans and is harmful if swallowed. Avoid contact with skin. Seek medical attention if swallowed. If on skin, wash with plenty of soap and water. If in eyes, flush with plenty of water.
Possible Side Effects
Individual sensitivities, while rare, may occur after using any pesticide product for pets including Advocate for Cats. If signs persist, or become more severe, consult a veterinarian immediately. Use of Advocate for Cats may result in transient pruritus (itchiness) in the animal. On rare occasions greasy fur, redness and vomiting can occur. These signs disappear without further treatment. If the animal licks the application site after treatment, transient neurological signs may be observed infrequently. Advocate for Cats tastes bitter. Salivation may occasionally occur if the animal licks the application site immediately after treatment. This is not a sign of intoxication and disappears within some minutes without treatment. Correct application will minimise licking of the application site.