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Cat Flea, Tick & Worm Treatments

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We offer a range of combined cat flea, tick, and worming treatments to keep your animal healthy and free from unwanted invaders. Pests like fleas can be bothersome at any time of the year. Luckily for you, we've got you covered here at We stock a range of as cat flea, tick and worming products. Your kitty's health can even be adversely affected by parasites such as ticks, which is why it's important to take them seriously. Protect your pet with separate or combination treatments from top brands like Advocate, Advantage, Bravecto and more. Choose from topical treatments, oral treatments and cat flea and tick collars to suit your cat’s lifestyle and health needs.

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Cat Fleas can irritate your furry best friend and can sometimes provide some discomfort, if not sores from all the scratching - this is where you will most likely need cat flea treatment. Choose from a range of cat flea collars, oral treatments and, whilst you’re at it, some of the best cat flea and worm treatments. If you are struggling to get your cat to take the oral flea and worm treatment, you can try the spot-on flea and worm treatment. Luckily for you, we've got you covered here at, where we stock a range of cat flea and worming treatments from all your favourite brands.


Where to put flea treatment on cat?

Depending on what type of cat flea treatment you use, it’s always best to read the information and instructions on the packaging to get the correct amount – especially if its oral flea treatment. Cat flea collars are placed around the neck of your furry best friend – not too tight of course.

How to apply cat flea, tick and worming treatments?

Flea, tick and worming treatments come in many different types. If your cat is fussy and struggles to take oral treatment, then a cat flea collar may be a less distressing option for your furry friend. It is quite simple to put on – just like a normal cat collar.  Or, alternatively, you can use a spot on treatment that you apply on the back on the head.

How often should you worm your cat?

Worming your cat is essential, how often you worm them depends on how old they are.  You should always read the instructions before you give them a tablet and make note as to when you administered it and when your furry friend will be due for one next.