3 Risks to Protect Your Cat From This Spring

Fleas & ticks begin to thrive at 45 degrees

Flea eggs that have laid dormant over the winter months hatch once the weather gets warm. Unfortunately, these eggs grow into biting adult fleas and cause many health risks like skin infections, intestinal parasites and other diseases. Don't let your cat suffer from flea bites and all the dangers that go with them. Get flea prevention today! See more flea & tick prevention.

Mosquitoes spread deadly heartworm disease

Spring is here, and so are the mosquitoes that bring heartworm disease! Heartworm disease can be fatal, and there is no treatment available for cats that become infected. That's why it's so important to protect your cat from deadly heartworms with a monthly preventative.

Outdoor play exposes pets to gastrointestinal worms

The great outdoors means one thing to your cat — playtime! However, worms and their eggs lurk in grass and soil, waiting to make your cat their new home! Protect your cat from the dangers of hookworms, tapeworms, roundworms and other parasites. See more dewormers.

Molly's Tip

Don't wait until your pet has the symptoms of fleas, heartworm disease, or gastrointestinal worms. Protect your pet with a monthly flea and heartworm preventative, and help remove and control worms with a good dewormer.