[New Product] Catego for Cats

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Fleas and ticks can find your cat at any time of year, but peak season for most of America is from July through October. Even house cats are at risk, since these tiny terrors are easily carried inside your home on shoes, clothing or items that get brought in from outside. Once in your home, an infestation may quickly erupt. Catego for Cats is a fast-acting, effective topical that combats flea and tick infestations by killing all life stages. The best news is it’s affordable and available without a prescription!

Fleas on cats: symptoms to look for

Finding fleas and ticks on your cat may be more difficult than finding them on dogs. Cat fur is often more dense and fuzzy in texture, making it easier for these tiny pests to burrow and hide. Also, since most cats self-groom regularly, it’s easy to miss the signs of a flea or tick problem. If you notice your cat is excessively scratching or chewing at certain areas like the stomach, groin, or base of the tail, fleas or ticks may be the cause. Some other signs and symptoms of a flea or tick problem include:

  • Hair loss
  • Hot spots
  • Head shaking
  • Paw chewing
  • Tiny black or red spots on the skin (flea dirt, eggs, bites)

Dangers of using the wrong flea & tick prevention on your cat

When choosing a flea and tick treatment or preventative, it is vital that you only use one that is made for cats. Some pet parents have made the mistake of assuming that they can use flea prevention for dogs in smaller doses on their cats. This can result in poisoning, which may be fatal. Some medications that are safe for dogs are toxic for cats, even in small doses.

In fact, many brands of dog flea and tick prevention state in the instructions that you must keep cats away from dogs who have been recently treated for a certain period of time. These instructions must not be ignored, as cats often lick, groom and nuzzle other pets.

Symptoms of flea and tick medication poisoning in cats include drooling, shaking/tremors, seizures, staggering, vomiting, diarrhea and/or breathing difficulties.

Catego for Cats terminates flea & tick troubles

Find Catego for Cats flea and tick prevention at 1800PetMedsProtect your cat or kitten from fleas and ticks (as well as the diseases they carry) with Catego for Cats, an over-the-counter, spot-on monthly flea treatment that’s both safe and affordable.

This easy-to-use topical flea and tick preventative is formulated specifically for cats and kittens weighing over 1.5 lbs and over 8 weeks of age. It achieves 97% efficacy in killing adult fleas within only 3 hours of application, killing all fleas, flea eggs and flea larvae within 6 hours of application.

Catego also kills all life stages of Brown dog ticks, American dog ticks, Lone Star ticks, and Deer ticks on contact. This, in turn, helps to protect your cat against tick-borne diseases such as Lyme disease, Cytauxzoonosis, Haemobartonellosis, Ehrlichiosis, Babesiosis, and Anaplasmosis.

As an added benefit, Catego for Cats kills chewing lice on cats and kittens. Chewing lice on cats may result in similar symptoms as fleas, but is not as easy to see. Therefore, Catego offers an added layer of protection that many other cat flea treatments do not.

Catego for Cats contains a powerful combination of Dinotefuran, Fipronil, and Pyriproxyfen in an easy-to-use applicator. Just apply to the skin at the base of the back of your cat’s (or kitten’s) head according to the enclosed directions. One application protects your pet for a full month. Catego is available in a 3 pack for a full 3 months’ of protection, or a 6 pack for 6 months of protection. No prescription is required to purchase Catego for Cats, so you can get started immediately.

 

 

 

Win FREE Catego for Cats!

Does your cat need Catego for Cats? Just leave a comment below for a chance to win a FREE 3-months’ supply of Catego for Cats from 1800PetMeds!

One winner will be chosen at random, so everyone who participates has a chance to win! (Limited to residents of the U.S.) The winner will be announced on Wednesday, July 12, 2017! Good luck!

Congrats to the drawing winner, Sherry K! We’ll send you an email with details for claiming your prize. 

 

 

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294 Comments

  1. I could really use this for our girl Jasmine. I really like the idea of getting rid of ticks as we have problems with them.

  2. I have 3 outside cats that love to roam in the woods so they could use Catego.

  3. My cats need Catego/

  4. I believe everyone should have this on hands for their cats because you just never know when fleas will bite.

  5. Sandy Edelhauser EthridgeJuly 10, 2017 at 12:08 pm

    My cat has fleas and sure could use Catego!!!

  6. I would love to give this product a try on my two kitties!

  7. Two cats, indoor & outdoor. Vet said this year is the worst so far, began getting bad Memorial Day weekend in this area. Always interested in trying something new & sharing results with other pet owners. Thank you!

  8. With 2 cats living in Florida, I have to stay diligent about flea control. I want a safe and effective flea control product.

  9. We have a very wooded yard and could really use the product. Our cat is both outdoors and indoors.

  10. Regina M. FennellJuly 10, 2017 at 9:39 pm

    My 2 house cats do not go outside, but ended up with fleas last year. I would love to win this for them, just I case they get fleas again.

  11. I have four cats and this would be great to have and use and if not on them then the details where I work could definitely benefit from this

  12. I have an adult cat, he loves being outside. I use Advantage II and it seems it does not work as well as in the beginning. I would definitely be interested in trying another brand, thank you.

  13. Bryzzo says yes please

  14. I have 5 indoor cats and 4 outdoor.
    Would love to try this.
    Thank You.

  15. I used this on my cats, lasted 19 days and it stopped killing the fleas. Definitely not as effective as they state it is.

  16. Looking forward to trying this on the 6 barn cats.

  17. j have 16 cats and find this a bit expensive since i am on a fixed income because of my age, it sounds like it works but can it be used on 6 week old kittens,i rescue cats and the local children brought me a five week old kitten that they found,i wonder if i can give this to her and how much,i do not wish to over treat her because she is so young and weighs about a pound

  18. Very Frickin UpsetMay 18, 2020 at 7:20 pm

    This stuff is terrible I won’t use it again even if the side effects are temporary. My cat has had runny stool for the entire weekend mostly on the bed. I’ve change sheets and blankets about twelve times and the first vet appointment I could get is tomorrow. They should recall this product if this is listed as a mild side effect. He better fully recover is all I can say, my father just passed last week, if I lose my cat over this crap I’m going to lose my shit completely and I will be on every damn website on the planet that deals with cats putting out warnings against this product. Nevermind the fact that vet bills are the last thing I need right now. Vets should be ashamed to peddle this garbage.

  19. I put this on my cat and within a matter of 15-20 minutes she vomited. I read the pamphlet.. It says this can be a side effect but that it could also be something more serious like possible ingestion which can be fatal. If course I freaked out but followed the directions and gave her a bath immediately to scrub it all off and rinsed her thoroughly. Now I am all scratched up, she hates me and I have several more doses of this stuff that my cat Can’t have. Use with caution!!! I got this from the shelter I got her at… What a waste of money. I am terrified she’ll be dead in the morning, but hopefully since she seems to be doing a lot better after her bath.

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