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Discussion in 'Other Pets & Livestock' started by Bec, Mar 6, 2011.
I can't find anywhere that says a definite yes or no, can you use the pour on for cats?
no it kills them. If they lick it it will kill them.
Ok, we don't want that! I was just curious to see if it was the same as Revolution, only cheaper..but I don't want dead cats!
Have you tried Frontline! PM me and I will give you details...
Cats are overly sensitive to ivermectin. You need to measure in syringe the correct amount. I don't know that amount but it would be absolutely tiny. Other antiparasitics are a better choice. If you are treating external parasites then revolution, advantage, frontline, capstar, and sargeant's are all good options. I think the last 2 you can find at petstores.
No, we haven't tried that and I just did some research and the frontline looks promising It is for treating earmites.
Frontline won't treat ear mites effectively. Revolution will.
Frontline has losts it's effectiveness in several areas of the country (including where I live). I would ask around before buying it. The fleas have become immune to it
Quote:Where I live as well, but Advantage still works.
Advantage & Frontline is ok in he proper dose, just don't use Advantix on cats. It is very deadly to them.