Did you know that most flea treatments contain industrial agricultural pesticides? Not Revolution. Revolution contains selamectin which is unique in that it has been specifically designed for cats and dogs.
First in Flea Control, First in Heartworm Protection
REVOLUTION is the #1 choice among veterinarians for both treating fleas on cats and preventing feline heartworm disease.1 Your cat deserves proven protection, and you can provide it with REVOLUTION—the leader in feline parasite protection from fleas, heartworms, roundworms (Toxocara cati), hookworms (Ancylostoma tubaeforme) and ear mites.
Comprehensive Treatment for Fleas on Cats
You may know fleas (Ctenocephalides felis) are a hard-to-eradicate home invader and irritant for cats. But there’s another reason all cats—both indoor and out—need flea protection year round: Fleas can transmit infectious organisms, such as Bartonella spp. and Rickettsia spp., and may act as an intermediate host for tapeworms (Dipylidium caninum).
And because fleas reproduce so rapidly, an infested animal can bring them into your home and cause a severe flea infestation in as little as two weeks.
REVOLUTION® (selamectin) prevents and controls flea infestations by killing adult fleas and preventing flea eggs from hatching. That’s why it’s the #1 choice among veterinarians for controlling fleas in cats.1
Diagnosing a Flea Infestation
Although fleas are visible to the naked eye, signs of flea infestation may not always be evident on an infested animal because cats are such persistent groomers. Carefully examine your cat's skin and coat with a flea comb and check for "flea dirt." It looks like black pepper and turns reddish brown when wet.
Preventing Heartworm Disease in Cats
Heartworm disease (caused by Dirofilaria immitis) can be fatal in cats. There is no cure for the lung damage seen with Heartworm Associated Respiratory Disease (HARD), but in a recent study, REVOLUTION®(selamectin) prevented it.1 REVOLUTION is the #1 choice among veterinarians for preventing heartworm disease in cats.2
Feline heartworm disease facts:
Controlling Ear Mites in Cats
Ear mites (Otodectes cynotis) are highly contagious feline parasites that live on a cat's skin, feeding off the debris in the ear canal. If left untreated, ear mites can lead to secondary bacterial infections, causing intense itching and discomfort. REVOLUTION® (selamectin) treats and controls feline ear mites.
Diagnosing an Ear Mite Infection
Your cat may have ear mites if you notice:
Protect Your Cat From Intestinal Worms
Roundworms (Toxocara cati) and hookworms (Ancylostoma tubaeforme) are common intestinal parasites that can damage internal organs and be fatal to kittens and adult cats. Both parasites can also be transmitted to humans. Protect your cat from hookworms and roundworms with REVOLUTION® (selamectin), which is only available with a veterinarian prescription.
Symptoms of Worms in Cats
Infection is typically detected through a fecal exam, performed by your veterinarian. However, signs of intestinal parasite infection may include:
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