Advantage Seresto Collar for Cats and Kittens
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Seresto for Kittens and Cats (Orange)
Seresto for Cats flea collar prevents flea infestations (adults & larvae in the home) for up to 8 months. It contains the active ingredients imidacloprid and flumethrin which are diffused through lipid layer in skin and on hair. Available for Kittens and Cats.
Seresto for Kittens and Cats (Orange) Key Benefits:
- Treats and prevents flea infestations (adults & larvae in the home) for up to 8 months in Cats.
- Water resistant
- Innovative, patented collar matrix
Directions of Use
Dosage and Administration
For external use only. One collar per animal to be fastened around the neck. Remove collar from protective pouch immediately before use. Unroll collar and detach plastic connectors remaining on the inside edge of the collar (these can cause mechanical irritation if not removed). Adjust the collar around the animal's neck without over-tightening (as a guide, it should be possible to insert 2 fingers between the collar and the neck). Pull collar through the loop and cut off any excess length extending beyond 2cm.
Kittens may be treated with Seresto from 10 weeks of age. If kittens younger than 10 weeks require flea control, they may be safely treated with advantage for kittens and small cats up to 4kg.
Important: Once collar is unrolled make sure that there are no plastic connectors remaining on the inside edge of the collar.
The collar should be worn continuously for the full protection period. Check periodically and adjust fit if necessary, especially when kittens are rapidly growing.
Imidacloprid 100mg/g & Flumethrin 45mg/g
Harmful if swallowed. Do not open inner pouch until ready to use. Do not allow children to play with collar. Wash hands after use. Wear gloves if applying a collar to more than one animal per day.
Possible Side Effects
Application site reactions such as dermatitis, inflammation, eczema or lesions may occur and in these instances, a temporary collar removal may be recommended until the symptoms have disappeared. In the unlikely event of the animal eating the collar mild gastrointestinal symptoms (e.g. loose stools) may occur.