What is Natural Chemistry Natural Flea Spray for Cats?
Natural Chemistry Natural Flea Spray for Cats contains natural botanical extract and kills fleas by contact for up to 7 days. Plus, Natural Chemistry Natural Flea Spray for Cats is also effective on black flies and mosquitoes, and is pyrethrin-free, so you don't have to worry about harsh chemicals on your cat and in the environment. Natural Chemistry Natural Flea Spray for Cats is easy to use, and long-lasting flea control for cats of all ages - and it can even be used on bedding!
For a complete flea-killing program, also use Natural Chemistry Natural Flea Shampoo for Cats.
For dogs, use Natural Chemistry Natural Flea & Tick Spray for Dogs.
Cats & Kittens
- Kills fleas by contact
- Fully effective for up to 7 days
- Easy to use spray formulation
- Also effective on black flies and mosquitoes
- Contains natural botanical extract
- Can also be used as on your pet's bedding
- Safe & effective
- For cats & kittens only
How it Works:
Natural Chemistry Natural Flea Spray for Cats works to kill fleas by contact and lasts up to 7 days. Plus, it is also effective on black flies and mosquitoes. Natural Chemistry Natural Flea Spray for Cats uses biodegradable ingredients and natural botanical extract instead of pyrethrins, which makes this spray safe for any age cat. In addition to a pet spray, you can also use Natural Chemistry Natural Flea Spray for Cats on your cat's bedding.
Keep out of reach of children. It is recommended to contact a veterinarian prior to use on newborn kittens. Do not apply directing into eyes, mouth, or nose.
- Natural Chemistry Natural Flea Spray is for cats only.
- Spray your entire cat, including legs and paws. With gloves, stroke your pet's coat against the lay while spraying to make sure the solution reaches the skin. Spray entire coat until it is damp.
- Make sure not to spray directly into your pet's eyes, mouth or nose.
- Help the solution penetrate your pet's skin by spraying it directly onto the coat and skin and working it in thoroughly.
- Dry with towel.
- As with all flea products, wash your hands and any exposed skin thoroughly with soap and water after applying to your pet.
- For bedding, spray on any bedding that may be infested and make sure to saturate any areas where fleas may be hiding.
- Repeat as necessary.
Spot test a small area on light colored coats and light colored carpeting or fabric prior to using.
Apply directly to your pet and your pet's bedding.
Store below 120°F. Do not allow product to freeze.
Natural Chemistry Natural Flea Spray for Cats:
Sodium lauryl sulfate
Other ingredients Water, vanillin (benzaldehyde, 4-hydroxy-3-methoxy-)
Natural Chemistry Natural Flea Spray for Cats is rated
Rated 5 out of
Worked Great on Kitten
This stuff worked great on our kitten when we first got her. She was infested with fleas! With a kitten you dont have many options but this worked wonders. We applied in an even coat all over with exception of the face area, lathered it into her fur down to the skin. The fleas were literally jumping off her as we rubbed it in. We then wrapped her in a warm towel to keep her from shivering. The towl also kept her from licking it off before it had a chance to soak in well which I think helped a little even though its safe for them to lick anyways. Fleas were gone in two applications. Im thoroughly impressed with his product and have recommended to a few of my friends already.
Date published: 2016-12-18
Rated 4 out of
I really like this product.
This summer 2015 we had a lot of trouble with fleas to the point I had to take 2 Australian Shepherds dogs and one indoor cat to the vet. The vet had given us a flea medicine and also gave them a shot because there were bumps/scabs from the fleas. I ended up spraying our cat with this product because the bumps/scabs came back. It looked like she had a bath and I didn't wash the shampoo out. Within two days they were gone and you can tell that she feels better. I would recommend this product but I would buy some latex gloves when you do it so you can scrub it down into their skin. It has a wonderful scent. <3
Date published: 2015-12-05
Rated 3 out of
I bought this to compliment the shampoo of the same brand. I have mixed feelings.
Doesn't harm skin
Cats don't get sick from grooming
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.
Date published: 2013-10-19