Cat Wormers

Cat Wormers

    Cat wormers, also known as dewormers, are medications designed to treat and prevent internal parasitic worm infestations in cats. Internal parasites commonly affecting cats include roundworms, tapeworms, hookworms, and whipworms, which can lead to various health issues in cats if left untreated. We offer a wide range of cat worming products, from pipettes to chewable tablets, you’re bound to find the perfect product for your feline friend.

    often do cats need worming?

    frequency of worming (deworming) for cats depends on various factors, including
    the cat's age, lifestyle, and potential exposure to parasites. Here are some
    general guidelines:


    Kittens: Kittens should be dewormed more frequently than adult cats because they
    are more susceptible to internal parasites. They typically receive their first kitten deworming treatment at around 2 to 3 weeks of
    age, followed by treatments every 2 to 3 weeks until they are about 8 weeks
    old. After that, they can be dewormed every 4 to 6 weeks until they reach 6
    months of age.


    Adult Cats: For adult indoor cats with minimal exposure to parasites, a deworming
    schedule of about every 3 to 6 months might be sufficient. However, if your cat
    spends time outdoors, hunts, or is in contact with other animals, more frequent
    deworming might be necessary.


    Outdoor Cats and Hunters: Cats that spend a lot of time outdoors or
    have a habit of hunting are at a higher risk of parasite exposure. They might
    require more frequent deworming, possibly every 1 to 3 months.


    Pregnant and Nursing Cats: Pregnant and nursing cats should be dewormed
    before giving birth and during the nursing period, as parasites can be
    transmitted to kittens through the mother's milk.


    Specific Situations: In certain situations, such as suspected worm
    infestations or exposure to specific parasites, your veterinarian might
    recommend more frequent deworming.


    important to note that the specific deworming schedule can vary based on the
    region you live in, as different areas might have different prevalence rates of
    certain parasites. Consulting with your veterinarian is crucial to determine
    the best deworming schedule for your cat's individual needs. Your vet can
    consider your cat's health status, lifestyle, and potential exposure risks to
    recommend an appropriate deworming plan. Regular veterinary check-ups can help
    monitor your cat's health and ensure that their deworming schedule is