Protect against worms in cats
Intestinal worm eggs are common and widespread in the environment and almost all cats (and dogs) will be infected at some point during their lives. Diarrhea, weight loss and vomiting are all symptoms of worms in cats. Worms can also cause ill health in humans, so protecting your cat means protecting your family and friends too.
Vets recommend regular worming treatment for all cats every three months, alongside a regular cat flea treatment. However, cats most at risk include kittens younger than 6 months, pregnant or lactating queens, as well as hunters and those eating raw meat.
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