Safely worming your kitten with No Worm Pro
It is important to start early with the deworming of kittens, because depending on the type of worm, these critters can cause all sorts of unpleasant symptoms such as diarrhoea, vomiting and emaciation. But not all anthelmintics are suitable for kittens, due to their small weight. You can safely use Kitten No Worm Pro to control worms from the age of 6 weeks and a body weight of 0.5 kilograms. And it is also suitable for small cats up to 2 kilograms. The active ingredients in No Worm Pro are Praziquantel and Milbemycin. It works against the common roundworms, tapeworms, hookworms and fox tapeworms.
Easy to administer
Anyone who has ever given a cat a tablet knows that this can be quite a challenge. Often, it ends in a big wrestling match that is not pleasant for you and your pet tiger. Not so with Kitten No Worm Pro. Many cats think that the small tablet with a meat-flavoured wrapper is a treat and will eat the pill right out of your hand. If your kitten does catch on to this trick, it's best to hide the worming tablet in a bit of wet food or a piece of liver sausage. Make sure your little four-legged friend has actually eaten the tablet. There are two tablets in a pack of No Worm Pro. Half a tablet is enough for kittens of 0.5 to 1 kilo, from 1 to 2 kilo give a whole tablet. Young cats should be wormed every month until the age of 6 months. And from the age of 6 months onwards, vets recommend doing this at least 4 times a year. This is because certain worms can cause all sorts of unpleasant symptoms not only in your cat, but also in humans, especially children. So mark on your calendar or in your (online) diary when it's time for the next worming cure, so you don't forget.