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Cat Wormers

Cat worming is an important part of being a cat owner, but many people aren’t aware of how to go about it due to cats not showing any signs of having worms. The most common types of intestinal worms a cat will get are called tapeworms or roundworms. Symptoms typically begin to show when a cat has a heavy load of worms, and can include your cat losing weight, having severe diarrhea which can cause an irritated anus, and vomiting. Our Drontal Cat range is perfect for dealing with common worm types in cats, the products have also been converted to a tablet format which is easier to administer, making the whole worming process more simple and streamlined. Generally, a single dose of Drontal Cat is enough to manage your cats intestinal worm count for around three months.