Bayer Tapeworm Dewormer for Cats (3 Tablets) UPC 724089113436

If your cat has had fleas, there’s a chance they have tapeworms too. Cats’ everyday grooming behavior puts them at risk for ingesting fleas, which means a risk of tapeworms. Fleas can carry immature tapeworms and are the main source of tapeworm infections in cats. A cat that has been infested by fleas may develop tapeworms. Outdoor cats that hunt small rodents may be at risk of infection from tapeworms as well.Keep away from children.

Product Features

  • Easy effective way to remove common tapeworms
  • Tablets may be crumbled and mixed with food or taken by mouth
  • For use in cats over 6 weeks of age
  • From Bayer, For use in cats over 6 weeks of age
  • Available without a prescription

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  1. Anonymous

    The BEST dewormer for your furry babies!!! Great product! It worked fast for my furbaby of 2 years. She had worms and the medicine (which I now realized was the same thing as this) was too expensive and my hours got cut at work. So, I went on Amazon and found this. I ordered it and it came in as little as 3 days. It’s a small bottle with 3 little pills in it. Since my cat is an adult cat, I gave her 1 pill. The directions are provided and you feed your cat or kitten according to age and weight. I crushed the pill inside a locked ziplock…

  2. Anonymous

    SAVED MY CAT!!! This stuff works! I have an older cat and for the last 5 years he has had a puking issue. He would puke probably 2-5 times per week. I have a great vet he goes to but they couldn’t figure out why. He never presented with normal symptoms of a tape worm (I never saw anything in his poop and I never saw any of the worms around his anus or anything like that! One day I found one of the little dried up segments on the floor in my kitchen and having had cats most of my life I knew what it was. I was…

  3. Anonymous

    Amazon Needs To Be A Seller Of This Bayer Product . . . . Finally, Bayer has an over-the-counter dewormer. It’s ridiculous making dewormers prescription items, especially when vets want $100 to worm one cat, as they do in my city. Products like this will do harm to the money making racket going on in the vet field, which is good! Many animals are not getting the medical care they need due to outrageous vet bills. Saying those who can’t afford those outrageous bills should not own pets is pretentious and discriminatory. It’s time to start breaking…