How Do Cats Get Worms?

Your cat might have worms without you even knowing about it.

Roundworm and tapeworm are the two main types of intestinal worm affecting UK cats, the symptoms of which aren’t always easy to spot. Intestinal worms can easily be picked up by your cat e.g. from eating microscopic worm eggs from the environment, from hunting or from swallowing infected fleas when grooming. Kittens can even pick roundworms up from their mum when they suckle her milk.

What Is Dronspot?

Dronspot spot-on wormer for cats works fast to fight intestinal worms in a single application. Its spot-on formulation makes worming your cat easy.  A single, simple spot-on is all it takes.  No more struggling cats, no more stressed out owners.  And above all, no more worms.

Dronspot Benefits & Usage

What are the benefits of Dronspot?:

It can be very difficult to get your cat to take a tablet in order to keep them protected from worms. Some spit them up, others will simply refuse to take them, leaving your beloved pet at risk of attack. 

As Dronspot is a spot-on treatment, you can simply apply it the same way as your flea and tick spot on protection. No more hiding tablets in their food or getting scratched to ribbons if you try to give it to them manually.

And the best thing about Donspot? It treats all types of intestinal worms commonly found in cats in the UK! 

Worming Frequency:

It is recommended that the worming frequency is at least every 3 months. Depending on your pets’ lifestyle, more regular worming may need to be undertaken.

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