Frontline Plus Spot On Cat flea treatment is formulated to kill adult fleas, ticks, flea eggs and larvae, both on your cat and in the home. It is available in 3 pipette and 6 pipette packs.
Frontline Plus Spot On Cat flea treatment is formulated with two tough killing ingredients; fipronil (50mg), which kills adult fleas and ticks and the added extra benefit of (S)-methoprene (60mg) which attacks flea eggs and larvae.
These products work together to kill fleas all month long, breaking flea life cycles and also destroying the next generation of flea eggs and larvae. It is also effective against ticks.
Frontline Plus spot on also contains active IGR technology which further interrupts the flea cycle by stopping flea eggs from hatching in your home. This is because 95% of any flea infestation comes from flea eggs, larvae and cocoons in your pet’s immediate surroundings.
Working together these two elements kill the fleas on your pet AND those in the home. If treatment is maintained then this will ensure you break the ‘flea cycle’, although it is recommended that additional steps are taken to further eradicate fleas such as the use of an environmental flea spray .
What our customers say about Frontline Plus Spot On Cat Flea Treatment
“Good product at competitive price”
“It works! And my cat is happy.”
“Great product reputable brand.”
“Repeat purchase. Always good price.”
“Easy to use, my cat is the super sleuth of anything added to his food…this also saves my arms!”
“Easy from start to finish”
“Not sure it’s worked.. still seeing fleas a week later”
“Great product. Easy to apply and works.”
“Does what it is meant to do and the price was very good.”
“Very easy to apply especially to a cat that does not like being handled very much.”
FRONTLINE Plus is the most advanced formula within the FRONTLINE range of flea and tick treatments. It not only kills flea and ticks, but also stops their eggs from hatching and infesting your home.
Available in 3 and 6 dose packs
Use every 4 weeks to help protect your cat from fleas and ticks
You should discuss any change to your pet’s care or lifestyle thoroughly with your vet before starting any program or treatment.
If in doubt contact your veterinary practice
And always keep your vet's phone number handy - just in case!