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Heartworm Medications for Your Belevoed Cats

 


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Heartworm medicine for cats is available in the market these days; different products are available to cure your cat’s disease. However since it is available and can easily buy in the market, you need to seek guidance from the professional veterinarian on how to use this without endangering the health of your cat. Feline pet is the sweetest animal that you could have. They always follow you around, sleep on your lap, and give you the cutest look they have. However like other animals they are too sensitive when it comes to their health. If you haven’t been in a veterinarian and not yet given your cat de-worm then they might be in danger of infecting a heartworm disease. This disease is very dangerous since the worm is lurking around the blood streams of your pet and the worst scenario might lead to death.

Nevertheless heartworm medicine for cats can easily prevent and avoid this disease. A lot of products like Heartgard Plus, Interceptor, Revolution, and Advantage Multi for cats are all available and can easily buy at the nearest veterinary clinic.

Heartgard Plus heartworm medication for cats contains ivermectin and pyrantel that is known for preventing the heartworm infections. At the same time pyrantel that controls the intestinal parasites to evolve and multiply like the roundworms and hookworms. This heartworm preventive medication for cats not only prevents the heartworm but also the roundworms and hookworms. It is also available in flavored chewable tablet that let you feed to your cats much easier. This medicine can be administered to kittens as young as 6 weeks of age but for other information and warnings on giving this drug just make sure to seek guidance from your veterinarian.

Interceptor Heartworm Medication for cats consists of milbemycin oxime that controls the parasites and it is also available in flavored and chewable tablets.

Revolution Heartworm Medicine is also advisable by most of the veterinarians to use monthly. However unlike other medicine this applied to the skin on the back of the neck or between the shoulder blades. Revolution has the substance called selamectin which is helpful in controlling a number of different feline parasites, including: heartworms, fleas, ear mites, roundworms and hookworms.

Another topical medication which applied to the skin of a cat is the Advantage Multi Heartworm. It is also need to apply every month. Cats and kittens on their 9 weeks and up can already use this medication however they must weigh at least 2 pounds. This medication is available on your veterinary clinic for treating several parasitic feline infections.

Above are just some of the heartworm medicines for cats that are available these days. In order to protect your beloved cat you need to consider monthly check up, rather every 3 months to know the status of their health. Take care and protect your cat and show them how much you love them, cats are the perfect pet especially for playful and lovable children.

Heartworm disease is a parasitic roundworm that develops inside the right side of the heart. These worms damage it and lessen the efficiency of the lungs and liver amongst the other vital organs of the body.

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