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Total Care Pyrethrins Flea Powder

Total Care Pyrethrins Flea Powder

1.5 from 6 reviews

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Maddie

MaddieSydney

Keep Your Cats Away!

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Followed the directions exactly as on the packaging in applying this to my kitten. Not only did he completely stop eating or drinking, but began shaking uncontrollably and nearly died. Judging by the rest of these reviews, were just lucky to have him on prescription food and appetite pills. As soon as I called the vet, they knew straight away that it was going to be an issue with flea powder, as it contains a substance called pyrethrin known to be TOXIC to cats. Ridiculous to say this product is safe for cats use, my kitten nearly died today!


mere

mere

  • 6 reviews
  • 3 likes

Doesn't work

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Fleas keeps returning on my cats every 2 weeks. Plus you have to comb their hair and use a wet cloth when applying this flea powder so it gets messy .

Useless

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Dusted the cat and all bedding had no effect tried three times the fleas love it it's useless don't bother

MEB

MEBMogo

  • 4 reviews
  • 3 likes

DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT!!!!!!

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so far so good

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use the powder about a week ago now and not noticing fleas on my cats there are still a few here and there but mostly they are in the carpet now so just have to get them out of the carpet lol


Kcrose

KcroseAdelaide

Does not work.

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I would of loved for there to be a review for myself to read so to everyone else out there who would like some honesty! Do not waste your money, doesn't work at all!! I'm so very disappointed but hey least I can tell everyone else it sucks, don't even bother with it:-)

Questions & Answers

K.L

K.Lasked

Is this bad for your cats??? I used this product on my cats and wanted to see if it will actually work but have discovered that some comments say it is toxic. Does this product make your cat ill??

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MEB
MEB

It can make some cats very sick. My friend sprinkled it on the carpet in one corner of one room and her cat later went into that room and later started to fit and collapse. $2000 plus later at the vets after 2 days in hospital the vet told her that he had seen this before and recommended his patients didn't use this product under any circumstances. Luckily my friend hadn't put this powder on the cat or it would probably have died.


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Details

CategoryTick & Flea Control
Application TypeTopical
Pet TypeCat and Dog
Reapplication PeriodWeekly
Minimum Pet Age24 weeks

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