Ectopamine Natural Flea, Tick and Mosquito Control for Cats, 6 Month uses peppermint, clove, and lemon grass oils in a spot-on application to kill fleas and ticks. Ectopamine for Cats also repels mosquitos on contact. This product is safe for use around other pets and children.
- Protects your cat from fleas, ticks, and mosquitos for up to four weeks
- A simple, topical flea control product
- Non-toxic and made with natural plant oils
- Manufacturer information and usage
I like this product because I want to use strong chemicals only when absolutely necessary. My cats are strictly indoor cats, but it's possible for us humans to inadvertently bring fleas inside. I am often outdoors so I need to make sure I'm not a taxi service for fleas directly to my cats! This product might not be strong enough if your cat goes outside, but I've used it consistently for the past couple years with success and wouldn't use anything else for my fur babies.
With the first application the odor of this product was pretty potent but I am now used to it. It seems to work. My cats do not have bites on and around their head and ears like when I was using the more expensive brands on the market. Am so far very pleased with this product.
Works great and smells sort of good too!
I use this on both our indoor cats and love it. There are no rash chemicals to worry about. I have been using it on them for months. They even go outside on occasion, and still no fleas or anything like that. Just make sure you apply every 3 weeks. I love that this is cheap, safe, and works. I recommend it to everyone I know!
All-natural lemon and other oils and it gets rid of fleas and ticks! I'm so glad there's something out there that doesn't rely on harsh chemicals. Mother Nature really is the answer!
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