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I don't pay for postage, why do others? By the way this really works, took my black cat to the vet and he couldn't find a single flea! Lats about 5 weeks so that £20 for 6 months. My vet charges £45 for 3 months. Q.E.D.!
Cashpot
· 18 August 2019
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A lot of people are saying this is crap, its not its Authentic but you have to rotate your cat flea treatments as fleas become immune and it does not work, so if it does not work use another brand and then swap back to frontline after a few months and keep rotating every couple of months., 6 months is best
Papa Joe
· 29 August 2018
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Yes but not straight away, it can take up to at least 24 hours for them to die off. Once applied it doesn't enter the blood stream it simply runs through the cat coat of hair and like a sort of river the flea crawls through it being infected.

You can also buy Frontline Combo from your vet which the fur hairs that… see more
Yes but not straight away, it can take up to at least 24 hours for them to die off. Once applied it doesn't enter the blood stream it simply runs through the cat coat of hair and like a sort of river the flea crawls through it being infected.

You can also buy Frontline Combo from your vet which the fur hairs that they leave acts as a poison to flea eggs etc. see less
Yes but not straight away, it can take up to at least 24 hours for them to die off. Once applied it doesn't enter the blood stream it simply runs through the cat coat of hair and like a sort of river the flea crawls through it being infected.

You can also buy Frontline Combo from your vet which the fur hairs that they leave acts as a poison to flea eggs etc.

M.Gould
· 02 April 2017
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hi its for 1 month each pipette so you have 6 months worth
M Vale
· 01 August 2016
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If it's the first treatment then it's normal as it takes a few days, sometimes it takes another dose or 2 to completely get rid of fleas but depends on how badly they are infected. Also don't forget to treat any bedding or carpets as fleas hide among the fibres otherwise your cats will continue to get infected.
Mr. S. Valandil
· 31 July 2017
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That is best place to apply it. As long as it makes contact with skin, frontline will work with 24 hours.
Annette Golightly
· 18 June 2016
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Probably different guidelines :)
Han
· 02 October 2020
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Vet has a better product works out cheaper .
lynne ramage
· 05 February 2018
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Did you ever find an answer to this? My cat is over 4kg and the large cat spot on iv been using is flea only but its tick season and he has one on his face i cant get with tweezers, luckily he is due treatment in a couple days so thought could trie this tomoro
LoobyLou
· 25 May 2019
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I don't know the answer to that. But the instructions refer to s cat and not a kitten, I suggest you ask a vet (Pets at home) what to use then buy it on the Internet.
S. A. Walsh
· 10 May 2021