Works well and lasts “incredibly long” at repelling fleas, owners report. Reflector attachments are a nice plus. Most owners feel collar is much more convenient than topical treatments, especially for very furry cats like Persians.
Some reports of allergic reactions to collar, or irritation. Doesn’t always work, owners report, or doesn’t last the entire 8 months indicated.
Owners note the product works well, even with heavy flea infestations, lasting most or all of a month before reapplication is needed. Some like the product’s milder scent.
Reports that the treatment doesn’t work for the entire month. A few reports that it doesn’t work at all. May not work well for heavier cats like Maine coons. Some reports of adverse reactions.
Works fast, within 24 to 72 hours, to rid cats of adult fleas. Some owners see dead fleas within 30 minutes of administering. Many cats have no adverse reaction to pill.
Cats tend to itch and scratch for hours after treatment as fleas die off. Short-term treatment, so other flea control methods are needed. Doesn’t affect flea eggs. Smaller pets may react negatively to full dose, so give less.
Works well on most adult cats, with fleas dying off within 20-30 minutes of giving to cat. Owners feel the tablets work better than similar generic version.
Cats can react strongly to product, especially in first couple hours, owners report. Some claims that tablets don’t work at all. Effective for only about 72 hours.
Unscented, which allows owners to apply to cats more easily. Kills fleas quickly and lasts the full month indicated, sometimes longer.
Several reports of cats getting ill or having allergic reactions after application. Some owners report the treatment doesn’t work at all.
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