|Dental||Ear||Eye||Flea & Tick||Food||Heartworm||Joints||Medications||Pain||Skin & Coat||Pet|
|Vitamins||Shop by Condition||NEW||Pet Education|
Natural Chemistry Natural Flea Spray for Cats
Natural Chemistry Natural Flea Spray for Cats 1 1
Mixed Feelings I bought this to compliment the shampoo of the same brand. I have mixed feelings. The Good: Smells great! Doesn't harm skin Cats don't get sick from grooming The Bad: Hard to get product down to skin(due to the fine nature of cat fur) Doesn't seem to kill as quickly as the shampoo (still observing its effects over longer period of time) It suds like shampoo when worked into fur. Because cat fur is so fine and fluffy you have to saturate the animal until it looks like you have just rubbed it down with shampoo to get it down to the skin. Wasting product. And since it suds a bit you can only get so much of the excess off. However this hasn't mad any of mine sick when grooming yet. This excess also doesn't make the fur sticky or ratted. Just give a good brushing afterwards and all is good. I am still observing its effectiveness. But I would recommend this to anyone who is looking for an alternative to harsh chemical brands. 10/19/2013
1-1 of 1
5 Questions · 6 Answers
Ask & Answer.
Talk to other pet lovers about this product.
Answer:Thank you for your question. Yes, this is safe as it is an all natural spray.
Answer:Thank you for your question. Yes, you are able to use this product with Revolution as it has all natural ingredients.
we have 6 kittens and they are all infested with fleas and we need to get rid of them before people adopt then
Answer:I have only just gotten this product and am still testing it out.You might need 2 bottles( my review of product will say why) I would however recommend this. I have used it on all ages of cats (some not too much older than yours in question) I also recommend the same brand of shampoo to use with it.(Which I have also written a review on) If you are the type brave enough to bathe a cat :P
Found a kitten that is infected very badly with fleas. Want to save his life and with this many fleas he will not live long. He is anemic now. Help me find the best solution.
Answer:I believe it is. I have used it on kittens not too much older . They don't seem to get sick from grooming after a treatment like normal chemical sprays. However his little system is taxed as it is so I would try and keep him from licking or only treat the areas where the fleas seem to congregate. I would say that the shampoo of the same brand would work better ( it rinses clean) but because the little guy is already anemic a bath would drop its body temp even lower. I have written a review of both the spray and shampoo which I think you should look at. I suggest only treating around his head and neck and the belly between his hind legs with the spray and then use a flea comb daily till he seems to feel better before bathing or spraying the rest of him. Remember to keep him warm till he is feeling better. I hope that helps.
Answer:Please contact your veterinarian regarding using this product on a 6 week old kitten.
1 of 1
1 of 1
Note: Any trademarks are the property of their respective companies.
You May Also Like
Natural Chemistry Natural Flea Shampoo for Cats
Natural Chemistry Natural Flea Shampoo for Cats - 16.9 fl oz
Also For Your Pet
Kill Fleas Naturally:
New-Outdoor Flea Killer:
Immediate Flea Relief:
Be Flea Free:
Kill Fleas in the Home:
Kill Fleas Naturally:
Click & Learn
VETERINARY-VERIFIED INTERNET PHARMACY PRACTICE SITES(CM) Online Veterinary Pharmacy Services
1800PetMeds.com has earned Veterinary-Verified Internet Pharmacy Practice Sites(CM) (Vet-VIPPS(CM)) accreditation through the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy® (NABP®).