HOMEOPET WRM Clear Dewormer for Hookworms, Roundworms, Tapeworms & Whipworms for Cats, 450 drops - Chewy.com

HomeoPet WRM Clear Dewormer for Hookworms, Roundworms, Tapeworms & Whipworms for Cats, 450 drops

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  • Homeopathic drops treat hookworms, roundworms, tapeworms, and whipworms in cats.
  • Works to gently create an environment where worms cannot live, so they are flushed harmlessly from the body without being killed.
  • Chemical-free formula uses the best all-natural, pure ingredients based on years of research, and causes no known side effects.
  • Non-sedating and safe for all cats including kittens, pregnant, and nursing cats. Easily administer by mouth or through food or water.
  • Fast -acting liquid drops are made in the USA and registered with the FDA. Takes 2 weeks to reach full potential.

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40 Customer Questions


Can this product be used every day as a preventive treatment
Answer by ChewyJan 29, 2018
This product is safe to use as a preventative.

How many cats will this treatment
Answer by ChewyAug 12, 2019
The amount of cats this 450 drop bottle will treat, can vary depending on its use. To treat worms, administer 3x daily (5 drops for kitten/10 drops for adult) for 14 days. To prevent worms, administer 3x daily (5 drops for kitten/10 drops for adult) for 7 days. Repeat every 60 days to remove or prevent worms. This supplement may be administered directly into the mouth, dosed within water or on a food or treat.

Is the drops tasteless??
Answer by ChewyNov 14, 2017
Pets may be able to taste some of the ingredients used in the product if given directly, but if applied to their food and given a few minutes to dissolve it'll be tasteless.

How does this work if it does not kill the worms? I have two cats that share a litter box. Will my other cat get them?
Answer by ChewyMar 22, 2021
In a multi-cat home, it is generally recommended to treat all pets at the same time. As this product is all-natural and chemical-free, the worms are excreted from the body while alive but will die once hitting the air. Normal hygiene procedures are recommended.


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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Karla on Jan 10, 2023

Excellent wormer

I have a kitten I rescued and she was almost dead. Got her hydrated and slowly putting weight on. Then saw tapeworms in her stool. Decided not to use a harsh chemical wormer as she was so run down. Homeo pet worked wonders. Followed directions and by Day 7 I noticed a huge difference in her appetite. I will continue to use this product and highly recommend it!


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By bugs on Jan 27, 2023

Anabelle bug

This is not what I expected I was hoping more for a dose now a dose in 14 days it makes her sides heave an is not killing them, poor choice on my part now my cat is in a mess cause I have to try to find another treatment.an no $


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Hellsbutterfly78 on Feb 23, 2023

Perfect dewormer

I had discovered this product a while back. It's the only dewormer I like to use no chemicals and easy to just post on the food and they will eat it no matter what!


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Beth23 on Jan 23, 2023

Stray's help

Ginger is my feral/stray. He's very blotted my guess from worm's. Can't completely rate yet, 3 day's to go with med. Seems a bit less blotted. May require additional days of med.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By OllieMom1 on Nov 14, 2022

Seems good

I just started using this on a feral cat. Tried to add to his wet food. He could tell there was something else in there, so this does have a taste and he refused to eat it. So, I tried a different route. I take 5 pieces of dry food and put a drop on each piece, let it soak in, then drop them in with the rest of the dry food, keeping the ones I used the drops on up near the top of the pile. I add a few dry kitty treat pieces on top of that and he eats it right up. Unfortunately it's hard to know if it's working. Hopefully he'll put weight back on before I need to take more drastic action. He got really skinny in a short time and thought it might be parasites from the chipmunks he's eaten during the summer (he got a lot of them). Hopefully it's nothing worse. Time will tell, but if you have problems with wet food and the cat likes dry food, try the drops as I've done. It might work better. Just make sure you wait until the drops soak into the piece before adding into the food. I've also added drops of Tuna broth for cats over the treated pieces and it helps (I think) mask any taste.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Sheba on Jan 4, 2023

Just Okay

These drops have done the job to stop the worms. However, it made my cats very sick until their stomachs got use to it. One is 100% back to her playful self and the other cat is slowly getting better.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Kathy on Oct 30, 2022

This worked wonderfully!

I bought this to try as a more affordable de-wormer for our copious barn cats, and our pottery studio cat. We first gave it to our cat "Bisque-it" who lives in our pottery studio - we used as directed, and he went from being very skinny and listless back to being his energetic delightful self within about a week. His coat got healthier, and he gained weight and was WAY happier. It worked wonderfully! Secondly, we started using this for our barn cats, as they are primarily mousers, and are susceptible to all sorts of parasites. We were seeing specific signs of worms in a few of them, and have started giving them this dewormer about once per day (that's about all we can get into them since they're so on the move). Already, the cat who has had the most consistent dewormer is gaining weight and looks more like herself. This may not work for all situations, but I've sure been grateful to have something affordable and safe that has helped our cats! I would highly recommend giving this dewormer a try, based on my experience!


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Cara on Dec 8, 2022

Horrible product. Dangerous

I wish I could give it a zero! I have a cat with a pretty bad tape worm problem, one with a mild case and one with no worm's at all. The first two still have worms and the baby with none is now vomiting blood!! I want a refund! And if my baby dies, I may sue!!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Fkovacs1 on Oct 31, 2022

It really works

I now have 3 cats. My first was diagnosed with hookworm, and the vet gave me an expensive medication that I gave to her for a month. She just would not take it, be in food, water, or putting it down her throat. She still had worms . Then the other two started scooting around and licking all the time. So I tried Clr wrm. In four days they stopped scooting , and a couple days after that they stopped the frantic licking. One behaved better with cleaning than when I rescued her. I got an updated stool sample test for the one that confirmed worms- and she was clear. So I KNOW this works.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By sandybingo on Dec 15, 2022

Wouldn't recommend

My cat had diarrhea, tried everything and nothing worked, finally bought this and used it for 2 weeks as specified, still no help, took my cat to the vet and they did a fecal test and it had tapeworms, they gave him worm medicine, cost me $114, wish I would have just taken the cat to the vet first instead of buying a product like this that didn't help.