Advocate Flea And Worming Spot On Small Cat 0-4kg - 3pk

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Little cats and kittens need to be protected from parasites. Get the job done with Advocate. It's specifically for kittens and small cats weighing under 4kg. The all-in-one parasite protection and is highly effective on parasites in every life stage.

Just one monthly treatment protects your cat from heartworm, lungworm, fleas, gastrointestinal worms and ear mites.

The advantages of using Advocate

  • Treating monthly protects your cat from fleas, heartworm, lungworm, gastrointestinal worms and ear mites
  • A single dose is an effective way to get rid of ear mites
  • An effective way to eliminate fleas, heartworm and worms
  • Easy spot-on application - just apply to the back of your cat's neck
  • Protects your cat from infecting your family with gastrointestinal worms
  • Stops fleas from biting within five minutes and eliminates fleas on contact (no biting necessary)
  • Prevents against deadly heartworm
  • Lasts the whole month and is waterproof
  • Suitable for small cats under 4kgs
  • Convenient three-month supply

This packet contains 3 x 0.4ml monthly dose. Use only as directed. 

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Pack Size3pk
Prescription RequiredNo
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