Bayer Seresto Flea and Tick Collar for Cat
With its innovative delivery system, Seresto® offers a breakthrough in flea and tick protection for cats for 8 months.
For 8 months this product:
Kills and repels fleas before they lay eggs
Kills and repels ticks
Provides odorless, non-greasy and easy-to-use protection
About The Manufacturer
Bayer, founded in Germany in 1863, has over 150 years of experience in the pharmaceutical healthcare industry. Bayer’s first animal-specific healthcare product, Neguvon, a flea and tick control product, launched in 1919. Since then, Bayer has developed a large portfolio of animal healthcare products, including many well-used flea and tick products such as Advantage in 1996, K9 Advantix in 2002, Advantage II in 2011, and Seresto in 2013. Bayer products are efficacy and safety tested, making them a well-trusted option for your pet!
How to apply:
One collar per animal to be fastened around the neck.
Remove collar from the protective bag directly before use. Unroll collar and make sure that there are no remnants from the plastic connectors inside the collar.
Insert end of the collar through the buckle. Adjust the collar around the animal’s neck without tightening it too tight or leaving it too loose. As guide, it should be possible to only insert 2 fingers comfortably between the collar and the neck. Pull excess collar the loop(s). Collar length of greater than 1 inch (2 cm) beyond the loop(s) should be cut off unless it is on a growing kitten, where some additional length may be needed for adjustment as the animal grows.
After application of the collar, three reflector clips may be fixed permanently to the collar to increase the animal’s visibility in the dark. Take the clips out of the bag. The clips should be evenly distributed on the non-overlapping part of the collar. The clips are correctly applied when a clicking sound is heard. For safety reasons once the reflectors are fixed to the collar the clasp closes permanently and cannot be re-opened.
The collar should be worn continuously for the 8 month protection period. Check periodically and adjust if necessary especially when kittens are rapidly growing.
This collar is designed with a release mechanism. In the unlikely event of a cat being trapped, the cats own strength is sufficient to widen the collar to allow for quick release.