Frontline Spot On Cats
Pesticide for the protection of cats from fleas, ticks and lice.
For the treatment of cats of all weights and ages.
A single application of Frontline spot on protects the animal from new infestations by ticks, fleas and lice, in particular:
from ticks: up to 1 month after treatment
from fleas: up to 5 weeks after treatment
Frontline's active ingredient fipronil kills fleas within 24 hours; ticks and lice within 48 hours of infestation. To be used against flea, tick and biting lice infestations.
Fipronil rapidly exerts its lethal action on ticks, preventing the development of the parasite and the possible transmission of infections of which the tick is a vector. It is active against the main species of ticks present on the national territory, including Ixodes ricinus, responsible for the transmission of Lyme disease to cats and humans.
Fipronil acts on fleas by rapidly killing adult forms, thus preventing egg laying and therefore new infestations.
Thanks to its lethal action on adult fleas, fipronil effectively contributes to the control and resolution of Flea Allergic Dermatitis (FAD) which, in cats, is caused by the sensitizing action exerted by the antigens contained in the saliva of these parasites.
Furthermore, fipronil, with a single treatment, controls and resolves lice infestations quickly and definitively, in particular those caused by Felicola subrostratus, the cat's biting louse.
Method of administration
Break off the pre-cut end of the pipette.
Apply the product on the skin, preferably in two points, at the base of the neck and at the interscapular level, areas where the cat does not get to lick itself, avoiding the removal of the product.
The contents of the pipette must be applied directly on the skin and not on the hair: press on the walls of the pipette until completely empty.
Fipronil spreads to the epidermis, concentrating in the sebaceous glands of the hair follicles, within 24 hours after application.
One single-dose pipette of 0.5 ml per cat.