Revolution Blue For Cats (2.6-7.5kg) – 3 Pack & 6 Pack
Revolution For Cats Blue is a spot-on treatment providing monthly topical flea and heartworm prevention. Suitable for cats 2.6-7.5kg.
$44.00 – $61.95 — available on subscription
REVOLUTION Blue For Cats (2.6-7.5kg) - 3 Pack & 6 Pack
Revolution Blue For Cats (2.6-7.5kg) - 3 Pack & 6 Pack
Revolution Blue for Cats works as a treatment and prevention of:
- Flea infestations
- Flea eggs
- Flea Larvae (both on your cat and in surrounding areas)
- Ear mites
Revolution Blue For Cats is an all–in–one flea and heartworm treatment for cats. A single dose of Revolution lasts for one month.
It is an easy and effective topical application administered once per month. Within two hours of application, it is fully waterproof and won't wash off.
It has been tested safe in pregnant and lactating animals.
Active Constituents: 60mg/mL SELAMECTIN
Most flea treatments contain industrial agricultural pesticides, however, Revolution Blue For Cats contains SELAMECTIN, which has been specifically designed for pets.
Precautions: Do not use on sick, weak or underweight animals
Revolution Blue For Cats
Directions for Use
Protecting Your Cat with Revolution
Fleas: Fleas are the leading cause of skin disease in cats. While only the size of a pinhead, these tiny parasites infect the skin and coat, causing problems that range in severity from itchiness, weeping sores and scaly skin to, in some cases, life-threatening allergic reactions.
Roundworms: In Australia, there are two species of roundworms that can infest cats, Toxascaris leonina and Toxocara cati, which can spread to humans. The prevention of these intestinal worms is important to protect the health of your cat and your family.
Hookworms: Hookworms are similar to roundworms in that they live in the cat's digestive system. After attaching to the lining of the intestinal wall, they feed on blood, which can cause internal blood loss. Internal blood loss is particularly dangerous for kittens and small cats, due to their size.
Ear Mites: Despite their microscopic size, ear mites can cause severe irritation in the ear canal where they feed on wax and oils. Attempts to relieve itching can result in head shaking, scratching or rubbing of the ears, and secondary ear infections.
Lungworms: Lungworm infections in cats are most often caused by the species Oslerus osleri, which infiltrates the respiratory system via the trachea. The symptoms of lungworm range from increased respiratory rates and persistent coughing, to respiratory distress and even failure.
Heartworms: Heartworm infection is a potentially fatal disease of the heart, lungs and other organs. Heartworm is caused by the parasitic worm Dirofilaria immitis and is transmitted to cats through mosquito bites. Sadly, wherever there are mosquitos, there is risk of heartworm.
On the basis of current evidence, the Australian Heartworm Advisory Panel has recommended heartworm prevention for all domestic cats year-round throughout Australia. As per the current Australian Guidelines for Heartworm Prevention in Cats, Australian Veterinary Wholesalers advises that cats should see a veterinarian regarding heartworm testing in either of the following circumstances:
- Commencement of heartworm treatment in cats over two months of age
- Cats that have missed monthly heartworm treatments
Australian Guidelines for Heartworm Prevention in Cats: Australian Heartworm Advisory Panel (2014)
AVPMA APPROVAL NO: 50881/55521
3 Pack, 6 Pack