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Cheristin Flea Treatment Topical For Cats Over 1.8 lbs

Cheristin Flea Treatment Topical For Cats Over 1.8 lbs

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    No more crying, scratching or ignoring the hand that feeds him

    By Ghost on Jun 16, 2020

    I have tried several flea treatments with Ghost and all of the topical treatments are painful for him. They must burn his skin because he was very difficult for hours after application. Cried, tried to rub it off, and basically went crazy. Biting, which we reserve for playing wild cougar, and only I have tried several flea treatments with Ghost and all of the topical treatments are painful for him. They must burn his skin because he was very difficult for hours after application. Cried, tried to rub it off, and basically went crazy. Biting, which we reserve for playing wild cougar, and only if I wear gloves and long sleeves. And he will ignore me for at least two days. With Cheristin he doesn't like getting application but he has none of the past reactions and I am usually forgiven by bedtime. Overall it seems to work, was recommended by a Vet, and if he is happy, I am happy. The cat, not the vet. … more

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    Too clunky for ferals

    By Cindy on Jun 7, 2020

    Covid-19 closure of the clinic where I access low-cost pest treatment in syringes made it necessary to try new products to treat the feral cat colony I care for. Application of a treatment via syringe is super fast and sneaky. The tiny vials of Cheristin are difficult to squeeze quickly and thoroughly Covid-19 closure of the clinic where I access low-cost pest treatment in syringes made it necessary to try new products to treat the feral cat colony I care for. Application of a treatment via syringe is super fast and sneaky. The tiny vials of Cheristin are difficult to squeeze quickly and thoroughly enough to get a good application. The cat feels the applicator, likely also smells the product, and bolts just as the liquid begins to dispense, causing it to dribble down the coat. I can get a full dose on only the tamest cat as he eats his food. Probably a fine product for thoroughly domesticated cats. … more

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