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.
- 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