DO YOU REALLY KNOW WHAT YOUR CAT IS DOING, WHEN THEY ARE OUT OF SIGHT?

HUNTING: PROTECT THEM AGAINST TAPEWORM & LUNGWORM

Even if well fed, cats that go outdoors still feel the need to hunt. Rodents can host tapeworm larvae, while slugs and snails can be infested with lungworm larvae.

ROAMING: PROTECT THEM AGAINST FLEAS, TICKS & VARIOUS WORMS*

Many cats love to roam around the neighbourhood but other cats and the outdoor environment can be a source of infestation with various parasites inside and out. * roundworm, hookworm, tapeworm lungworm

GROOMING: PROTECT THEM AGAINST THE FLEA TAPEWORM

Fleas can act as an intermediate host for the tapeworm (Dipylidium caninum) which is transmitted when cats swallow an infested flea. Since most cats spend up to 50% of their waking time indulging in some form of grooming, this is a common transmission route for this parasite.

THEIR NATURE

MEANS THEY REQUIRE COMPREHENSIVE PARASITE CONTROL

Fleas

Ticks

Lungworm

Hookworm

Roundworm

Tapeworm

Heartworm

ASK YOUR VET ABOUT A MONTHLY INSIDE & OUT SOLUTION

HELP TO PROTECT YOUR CAT AND YOUR FAMILY:

ASK YOUR VET ABOUT A SIMPLE WAY TO TREAT AGAINST PARASITES INSIDE & OUT

CATS - LEARN ABOUT - TEASER

MONTHLY INSIDE & OUT TREATMENT

helps to protect your cat against a broad spectrum of parasites and helps to reduce the risk of parasite infections in people too

A FAMILY AFFAIR CAUSED BY PARASITES

Help reduce the risk with inside and out protection for your cat.

FIND OUT THE RISKS TO YOUR CAT

It only takes a minute: 6 questions on your cat’s life style and environment will lead you to a risk-based treatment recommendation that you can act on with your vet