Posted by: SAM | 2009-05-12


My cat has these rice-like looking worm going in and out of his behind. The problem is, this cat of mine is really wild, not trusting people and if he even suspects there is a pill he must take, I won' t see him. Is there anything else I can give him, maby mixed with his food? I tried crushing the pill and mix it into his food, but it does not work. Please help

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Dear Sam

You now get worming that you apply to the back of the neck called Profender.

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Posted by: George | 2009-05-20

New product on market I discovered at the Vet, as I also look after some semi wild cats - it is a spot-on - empty the small tube onto the skin at the back of the neck. Called Profender. Is great works for all worms including the ones you mention. I have now used this product on all my own cats and the semi-wild every 3 months for the last 9 months - great and easy - no more pill fighting. Ask the Vet - if he does not stock, can order.

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Posted by: Gavin | 2009-05-13

If you' re feeling brave, you can admister tablets using a Pill Popper. I use Antezole cat tablets (for the treatment of roundworm, hookworm and tapeworm infestations in cats) on my kitty. I got these goodies from an online pet shop

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