Thanks to a balanced combo of two potent ingredients, these tablets are highly efficient against most types of intestinal worms in cats.
It's a better option for bigger cats over 4 kg.
What you'll get with the Bob Martin wormer is a clinically proven remedy against internal cat parasites that will help adult felines stay healthy and feel good. Notably, a single application is enough to get rid of all worms and larvae.
From 12 weeks old and weighing more than 4 kg
Praziquantel (20 mg), Pyrantel Embonate (230 mg)
Despite a topical application, the drops stay strong against all forms of tapeworms including mature and immature specimens as well as larvae.
It might stain fabrics and items including a collar.
If you have a little furry roamer who likes to hunt from time to time, this spot-on wormer from Bayer is for you. Easy to apply in a stress-free manner, it is suitable for monthly treatment and provides effective results after a single application.
From weighing more than 2.5 kg
0.5 ml x 4 tubes
Meat-flavoured pills smell appetising and will be surely attractive for cats. Kitties will regard them as some delicacy and eagerly eat them without food.
The pill is not easy to break.
The WORMclear tablets from Beaphar is an effective vet-strength wormer for both adult cats and kittens that will confidently fight ascarids and tapeworms. Killing for worms, it is absolutely safe for felines including even lactating cats.
From 6 weeks old and weighing more than 1 kg
Pyrantel embonate (23 mg), Praziquantel (2 mg)
The liquid wormer spreads quickly over the coat and starts acting immediately after application. It can also be used as a preventive measure.
It might cause allergic reactions in sensitive cats.
The Bob Martin spot-on wormer is a fast-working and extremely potent anti-worm treatment for tapeworms most common in cats. It is ideal for fussy cats reluctant to take tablets and will be suitable for cats and kittens alike.
From weighing more than 1 kg
Praziquantel (20 mg)
0.5 ml x 4 tubes
A 50-ml bottle will suffice for more than a year. You can administer the drops right into the mouth or mix them into food. A dispensing pipette is included.
The product has a pretty strong smell to it.
A formula based on plant-derived components and botanicals is fully natural and absolutely safe for pets. As such, the Pets Purest drops are suitable not only for cats but also for dogs, horses rabbits, ferrets, reptiles, and even birds.
For animals older than 6-8 weeks of age and weight less than 1 kg
Wormwood, Garlic, Black walnut, Clove, Cinnamon, Wild thyme, Quassia, Aloe vera
50 ml x 1 bottle
Bob Martin Clear Tablets
Clinically Proven Efficiency
If you are a diligent pet owner worming your cat under a regular schedule, you know firsthand that professional products are rather expensive and might hit your budget, especially if you have more than one feline. So, if you are on the market in search of a quality off-shelf wormer for your loved pet, these tablets from Bob Martin are certainly worth a try.
First and foremost, Bob Martine tablets boast clinically proven efficiency. It means clinical tests showed the remedy really stands up well against most common types of intestinal worms including tapeworms and roundworms. In fact, a single pill is enough to banish severe infestations of worms and kill all existing larvae. Impressively high potency is ensured by a balanced combo of active ingredients you’d normally find in more expensive pro drugs. Thus, 20 mg of praziquantel bundle with 230 mg of pyrantel embonate to quickly free your kittie from unwanted “inhabitants”. As such, the tablets are even recommended by vets as an over-the-counter alternative to specialized vet products.
In a pack, you’ll get two pills suitable for cats over 12 months of age and weighing no less than 4 kg. So, given that you won't need to deworm your (home) cat more often than once every 3-6 months, the pack will suffice you for quite a while. However, do note that if you have smaller felines and kittens, it is recommended that you administer only half of a tablet, more than that would do more harm than good.
All things considered, Bob Martin tablets are a solid choice for bigger adult cats. It will work like a charm and kill all internal parasites from the very first time.
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Bayer 0.5 Ml x 4 Tubes
Worm Fighter for Roaming Hunters
Have a furry friend who follows its natural instincs and goes on a hunt every now and then? If so, the risk of getting infected with worms for your pet is very high. When hunting for mice, birds and rats, a cat is especially exposed to tapeworms that can easily pass on humans as well, therefore, exercising caution is necessary. And the wormer from Bayer is the best solution in this aspect. What sells this product is that it can protect not only your pet, effectively driving pesky parasites away but your whole household.
Unlike tablets some cats are not very much eager to take, this product comes in a liquid form and is designed for spot-on administration that makes recommended monthly worm treatments an easy task. More than that, the drug already comes pre-packed into handy tubes for one-time use. So, there will be no fuss and mess related to pipette measured drops. And a pack of four tubes will get one cat set for four months accordingly.
To apply, you just need to unscrew the tube and squeeze the contents right onto the pet’s skin on the back of the neck which is similar to spot-on anti-flea treatment application. Notably, one tube is meant for an adult feline over 2.5 kg in weight. Though there are not warning that drops are not suitable for kittens, it’s still advisable to consult your vet on dosage for smaller kitties. Meanwhile, praziquantel used as an active ingredient here will work wonders killing both mature and immature tapeworm specimens and their larvae.
In a word, the Bayer wormer is a really good easy-to-apply spot-on product from a reputed brand ideal for roaming cats that need deworming more often.
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Beaphar 2 Tablets
Yummy, Safe, and Effective
Some kitties are exceptionally picky and fussy so that putting a tablet into a pet’s mouth or neatly applying wormer drops appears nearly impossible. This is where the cat wormer from Beaphar will come into play.
Though coming in the form of tablets, this product is different from other similar pills in two major ways. First of all, it is scented with meat flavour that will smell appetising and attractive for cats. Thus, most kitties will eagerly swallow the tablet, saving their owners the stress and hassle of inventing a way how to feed them. In addition, the pill formula is milder than that of many rivals. Active ingredients are still praziquantel and pyrantel embonate, yet, they are bundled in lower ratios (2mg and 23mg accordingly). Such a ratio remains killing for worm parasites but is much safer for cats. As a result, the product is safe to use for all felines over 1 kg in weight, which means it is suitable for kittens and can be even used for lactating cats.
Some users claim the pill is rather hard and not easy to break but in practice, you’ll hardly need to do that at all since cats regard pills as a delicacy and readily eat them by themselves.
To resume, these wormer pills from Beaphar are a potent anti-worm remedy that acts very delicately. Suitable for smaller and sensitive cats, it will be a yummy treat for your loved feline.
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Bob Martin Clear Spot On
Fast-acting Anti-worm Remedy
Once worm colonies grow big, they might make felines feel really sick and an effective aid is an emergency. Yet, if your loved kittie is a fussy and cunning pal reluctant to swallow wormer tablets as they are or eat them mixed into food, the spot-on liquid wormer from Bob Martin will become a real saver for you.
Just like tablets from the same brand, this treatment boasts a clinically proven formula that demonstrates effective performance when it comes to combating intestinal worms. At the same time, just like them, it is a snap to apply. All you will need to do is spill a few drops topically at the base of the cat's neck, so your cat will not even notice it.
In a pack, there are four 0.5 ml tubes, each meant for a single application once a month. That way, if you have only one cat, the pack will get you covered for a pretty long time.
Speaking of the formula, it is based on praziquantel and is similar to that of prescription vet products. Thanks to that, it provides almost an immediate effect, quickly spreading over the cat’s coat and starting killing worms from within seconds after you apply the product. On top of that, since it is suitable for cats over 1 kg in weight, you can also apply it to smaller felines and kittens. That being said, note that because the formula is highly potent, the risk of allergic reactions is still there, so if you know that your pet is prone to skin reactions it's best to consult your vet first before the treatment.
Cutting down to the chase, the Bob Martin spot-on wormer is a fast-working remedy that can effectively tackle tapeworms as well as intestinal worms.
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Pets Purest 100% Natural
An All-natural Multitasker
Though effective, chemical-based wormer tablets and spot-on treatments are often related to some allergic reactions. In contrast to those, the Pet Purest offers a fully natural solution to fight intestinal worms as well as maintain intestinal hygiene.
The product comes in the form of drops in a bottle with a handy dispensing pipette. It can be administered right into your cat’s mouth or mixed into food, whatever suits your kittie. And the best thing is that the content is 100% natural ingredients, with virtually no chemicals in it. With wormwood being the main active component, the formula also contains garlic, black walnut, clove, cinnamon, wild thyme, quassia, and aloe vera, all working as natural poisons for worms and safe for pets. As such, the product is a great worm treatment not only for felines but also for dogs, horses, rabbits, ferrets, reptiles, and even birds.
Yet another good thing about this product apart from the natural formula is that it is both a potent anti-worm remedy and an effective preventive treatment. Thus, following dosage recommendations on the bottle, you can use it within 2-3 consecutive days per month for prevention or a whole week in a row in the case of infestation and repeat the administration in 14 days if necessary. With that, a 50 ml bottle will suffice for 1 or even 2 years, depending on how many pets you have.
Summing up, if you want an effective chemical-free worm remedy for your kittie, you can’t go wrong with the Pets Purest drops. Besides, it is a great choice for all pet owners and a real find for those who have a number of different pets.
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What Is a Cat Wormer?
All cats, no matter if you have a homester or an outdoor adventurer, are exposed to intestinal worms. And though your furry friend might seem pretty happy and healthy from the outside, those creepy parasites infest intestine to feed on your pet’s blood and nutrients that might cause weight loss, diarrhoea, severe infections, and even death. Negatively impacting feline’s health, some worms can also pass on humans provoking infectious diseases as well. So, regular cat deworming will help protect both cats and their owners. And cat wormers should be a part of your pet care routine along with flea treatments.
Cat wormers work to paralyse and eventually kill all sorts of intestinal worms including roundworms, tapeworms, hookworms, whipworms, and lungworms most common for felines. In pet shops, you can come across various types of worming treatment products that can be given to your cat in different ways. Thus, tablets are administered to kitties directly or can be mixed with foods. Spot-on formulas coming in the form of drops are added externally by simply applying the product onto the pet’s neck. You can even find pastes and granules, though they are less common.
Speaking of the frequency of wormer use, it depends on the cat’s age and type. Thus, adult cats are recommended to be wormed at least every three months while kittens need deworming every two weeks until they are eight weeks of age. At the same time, hunting felines need worm treatment on a monthly basis while pregnant cats should be dewormed after pregnancy.