Advantage Multi (Advocate)

Advantage Multi (Advocate) Kittens & Small Cats up to 10lbs (Orange)

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Advantage Multi (Advocate) for Cats- Flea and Heartworm Treatment

Advantage Multi (Advocate) for cats is a monthly spot-on treatment that cures broad spectrum of parasitic infections. This multipurpose treatment effectively prevents heartworms, treats gastrointestinal worms, fleas, and ear mites found in cats. A waterproof solution, Advocate prevents re-infestations of parasites by remaining active for a month.

Advocate is a multipurpose treatment that is effective for preventing heartworm infections, treating the entire family of intestinal worms, curing ear infections cause due to mites and sarcoptic mange in cats. It is an inside out treatment for protecting cats against heartworm diseases and other parasitic infections.

A fast acting treatment that activates in one hour of application, it rapidly kills flea within 12 hours. Made up of Imidacloprid and moxidectin, it attacks and kills the larval stages of heartworms, fleas, hookworms and roundworms, and thus, inhibits re-infestations of the parasites. Suitable for all breeds and sizes of cats, this rapid acting treatment remains effective for a month and saves the cat from deadly parasites.


  • One treatment for multiple internal and external parasites.
  • Prevents heartworm infections for an entire month.
  • Rapid treatment that is activated within an hour of application.
  • Kills fleas, intestinal worms, and ear mites.
  • Easy to apply, topical treatment that remains effective even after swimming or bathing the pet.
  • Blocks reproduction of parasites by attacking larval stages.
  • Advocate is available in two different color-coded packs categorized in accordance with the weight of the pet. Weigh your pet and choose the appropriate pack.

      The pack details are:

1.Orange colored pack for kittens and cats that weigh up to 10 lbs.

2.Purple colored pack for cats that weigh over 10 lbs.

  • Let the pet stand still. Locate a spot between the shoulder blades and base of the skull. Part the fur to make the skin visible. Place the tip of the pipette and empty it by squeezing out the liquid.
  • Allow it to dry. It is safe to use on kittens, pregnant and nursing cats. Consult a veterinarian for further advice.
  • Apply on clean, unwounded skin.
  • Keep away from feline’s eyes.
  • Do risk-benefit assessment before treating cats that weigh less than 1 kg.
  • Do not groom the pet until the application spot is dry.
  • Do not let children play with the pet until applied area is dry.
  • It is not recommended to allow pets to groom each other until the application site is dry.
  • If the cat licks the applied area then adverse reactions like vomiting, excessive salivation, improper respiration, tremors etc may be observed. Immediately consult a veterinarian for advice.