Milbemax Cat for the treatment of infections with immature and adult roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms and for the prevention of heartworm disease in cats.
Milbemax Cat Small/Kitten: 0.5 tablet per kg bodyweight.
Milbemax Kat: 0.5 tablet per 4 kg bodyweight.
Milbemax Cat and Milbemax Cat Small/Kitten have been developed to easily and regularly deworm your cat or kitten. The small, tasty tablets kill most common worms in cats. The worming tablets, with the active ingredients milbemycin oxime and praziquantel, kill roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms.
When Milbemax is given monthly, it also protects your cat against heartworm disease (Dirofilaria immitis), an infection that is transferred by stinging mosquito's. So when you travel with your cat especially in heartwom areas, such as Southern-Europe, check if prevention of heartworm disease is indicated.
Worming is of great importance: to keep your cat, yourself and your family, healthy, it is important to deworm your cat regularly. Depending on the kind of worm, worms can make your cat and especially your kitten seriously ill, you don't want this to happen. Worms make a tour through the animals body and can damage organs such as the lungs, liver and intestines, possibly leading to obstruction, diarrhea or vomiting. Worms also have an adverse effect of the animals resistance, will cause inflammation and lower the effect of a vaccination. Of course you want to protect your cat against all kind of parasitic infections, but keeping your animals free of worms is also better for the health of all the other members of the household.
It is wise to deworm all adult cat up to 4 times a year depending on the risk of infection.
Also see our blog post 'Read all the ins & outs about worm control in dogs and cats'
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Roundworms (Ascarids): Toxocara cati
Milbemax small Cat/Kitten: do not administer to cats less than 6 weeks and/or weighing less than 0.5 kg. Milbemax Cat do not administer to cats weighing less than 2 kg.
Read the instructions and packaging before use.
The tablets can be administered directly to the cat or mixed with food. Single oral administration. Dietary measures are not necessary.
In rare cases, especially in young cats: general symptoms such as lethargy. Neurological symptoms such as muscle tremors and ataxia. Gastrointestinal symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhoea.
The information presented here is a summary of the information leaflet. Consult the full product information leaflet before use.