The first flea and tick chewable for cats, Credelio® CAT (lotilaner) is a small tablet that's tough on fleas and ticks. Credelio Cat acts fast against fleas and provides lasting protection against fleas and ticks all month long. Flavored with vanilla and yeast, Credelio Cat is a small, tasty chewable that's easy to give. Credelio kills adult fleas and treats and prevents flea infestations in cats and kittens 8 weeks of age and older and weighing 2 pounds or greater. Credelio Cat also treats and controls black-legged tick infestations for one month in cats and kittens 6 months of age and older and weighing 2 pounds or greater
Why choose Credelio® for your cat or kitten?
First flea and tick chewable for cats
Protects against black-legged ticks, the most common tick in cats.
Starts to kill fleas in just 6 hours.
Monthly, tasty chewable
Small, tasty chew that's easy to give.
Gentle enough for kittens
Credelio® CAT has no mess application or unpleasant odor.
Credelio® CAT Directions for Administration
Offer by hand or place in area where your cat feels comfortable eating. Many cats will eat the chewable by free choice. Tempting with treats can also help.
Offer with food during a meal. If your cat is a grazer, try placing it around a few pieces of kibble or covered in wet food and checking to make sure it has been consumed out of the bowl.
Place the chewable on the back of your cat's tongue. The chewables were designed to be very small and easy to administer in these situations.
How fast does Credelio Cat start killing fleas?
Does seeing fleas on my cat mean that Credelio Cat is not working?
Does Credelio Cat kill all types of fleas?
Does a flea or tick have to bite my cat to be killed by Credelio Cat?
Why is the flavor vanilla and yeast?
Can I administer more than one dose of Credelio Cat at a time?
Does Credelio Cat have to be given with food?
Can Credelio Cat be administered to breeding, pregnant or lactating cats?
What are the potential side effects of Credelio Cat?
Will I be able to get my cat to take Credelio Cat?
Lotilaner is a member of the isoxazoline class of drugs. This class has been associated with neurologic adverse reactions including tremors, incoordination, and seizures. Neurologic adverse reactions have been reported in cats receiving isoxazoline class drugs, even in cats without a history of neurologic disorders. Use with caution in cats with a history of neurologic disorders. The safety of Credelio CAT has not been established in breeding, pregnant and lactating cats. The effectiveness of Credelio CAT against black-legged ticks in kittens less than 6 months of age has not been evaluated. The most frequently reported adverse reactions are weight loss, rapid breathing and vomiting. For complete safety information, please see Credelio CAT product label or ask your veterinarian.
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