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  1. Dronspot Spot-On For Small Cats
    £5.98

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

  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 Large Cats
    £7.06

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

  4. Drontal Cat

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

  5. Drontal Cat XL

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

  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. Cazitel Worming Tablets for Cats

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

  9. Prazitel Worming Tablets for 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 most commonly affected by two different types of worms; tapeworms and roundworms. Worms can cause several symptoms in your cat, you may notice that they are losing weight, seem sleepier than normal or have had a change in their toileting habits. If your cat uses a litter tray, then you should easily be able to see the worms in their faeces. If you do spot worms, you should ensure that your cat is treated immediately. Wormers are a reactive medicine so it is advised that you should worm your cat every three months, this will ensure that that any worm, larvae and eggs that are in their system are killed. Wormers do not, however, prevent a new infestation from occurring. If your cat likes to bring you little "gifts", then they are more at risk from getting worms, and it is especially important to keep on top of regular treatment. We stock a range of the best cat wormers, including easy to use spot-on treatments in our online store.