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Thread: Need info on flea control

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2009
    Monterey, California

    Need info on flea control

    Hi all, I am in need of flea control to prevent Chelsea and Franklin from getting fleas. Here is my problem: when I use stuff like Front Line or Advantage, they act like I'm pouring on boiling acid. They absolutely hate it. I know it's not hurting them since I've gotten it on myself. Also, I check the application area and it is never red nor irritated.
    I need to use something so I'm looking for ideas. What brand has the smallest amount of liquid? Maybe if the amount of stuff was less, it would bother them less. I even considered giving them Comfortis until I read about all the nasty side effects.
    I'm open to ideas....thanks in advance!
    Central Coast CA
    "Cats happen......"

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Sep 2002
    Cincinnati, Ohio USA
    I would use a smaller than prescribed topical amount. I think it DOES cause a reaction on animals, even if we don't have one. :/

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Apr 2001
    indianapolis,indiana usa
    I use Vectra. It is given once a month & is comes in a dosage per the cat's weight. My cat is not thrilled with any flea med. They can smell
    it from across the room.
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  4. #4
    Join Date
    Feb 2012
    Well I have tried Advantage,Frontline and a couple more supposidly flea killers. None worked well for me. I have found that giving my cat one capsule of Nitenpyram-same as capstar once a week works better than the aforementioned products. I know you are told even by the vets that you have to use it every day but that is not the case.. It is a heck of a lot cheaper than Capstar and has the same ingredients. I buy mine off Ebay.


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