Cat Wormers

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  1. Dronspot Spot-On for Large Cats
    £7.06

    NEW! Dronspot is a spot-on worming treatment for large cats weighing 5kg - 8kg

  2. Dronspot Spot-On for Medium Cats
    £7.48

    NEW! Dronspot is a spot-on worming treatment for medium cats weighing 2.5 - 5kg

  3. Dronspot Spot-On For Small Cats
    £5.98

    NEW! Dronspot is a spot-on worming treatment for small cats weighing 0.5 - 2.5kg

  4. Drontal Cat

    Drontal Cat is an oral worming treatment indicated for use in cats. 

    Does your cat dislike tablets? Try Drontal's new spot-on wormer, Dronspot

  5. Drontal Cat XL

    Drontal Cat XL worming tablets are an oral worming treatment for cats. 

    Does your cat dislike tablets? Try Drontal's new spot-on wormer, Dronspot

  6. Droncit Worming Tablets

    Droncit Worming Tablets are for the treatment of tapeworm in cats and dogs. 

  7. Droncit Spot-On
    £6.98

    Droncit Spot-On topical treatment is indicated for use on cats to treat tapeworm. 

  8. Prazitel Worming Tablets for Cats
  9. Cazitel Worming Tablets for Cats

    Cazitel Tablets for Cats are for the treatment of intestinal worms in cats. 

  10. Panacur Paste for Dogs & Cats
    £4.98

    Worming paste 5g for dogs and cats containing fenbendazole, for the treatment of roundworms, tapeworms and lungworms.

  11. Panacur 10% Oral Suspension for Cats & Dogs
    £19.45

    Worming liquid for dogs and cats containing 100mg fenbendazole per ml, for the treatment of roundworms, tapeworms and lungworms.

  12. Panacur Granules 1.8g x 3 Sachets
    £3.90

    Panacur Worming Granules (3x 1.8g) for dogs and cats containing fenbendazole, for the treatment of roundworms, tapeworms and lungworms.

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Cats are particularly susceptible to tapeworm and roundworm. These worms can cause your cat to lose weight, feel lethargic and have a change in bowel habits. As a cat owner, you should look out for signs of worms so that you can treat the problem as quickly as possible. If your cat is eating a normal diet but still losing weight, or has a particularly bloated stomach than they may have picked up some worms. Another symptom is fur that has lost its shine and become coarse. Your cat may also suffer from diarrhoea. It may not be straightforward to check for worms if your cat does not have a litter tray, but if your cat's faeces are visible to you, then you may be able to spot worms within their stool. Any sign of a worm in your cat's stool requires treatment. Worming your cat regularly is essential as worms can’t be prevented but using a worm treatment every 3 months should control any infestations.