Advantage Multi (Advocate) for Cats

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

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QTY
Price
You Pay
3 Doses
$46.38
$33.13
6 Doses
$92.51
$66.08
12 Doses
$184.76
$131.97

Advantage Multi (Advocate) Cats over 10lbs (Purple)

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QTY
Price
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3 Doses
$53.44
$38.17
6 Doses
$106.61
$76.15
12 Doses
$212.97
$152.12
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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 treats broad spectrum parasitic infestations. This multipurpose treatment effectively prevents heartworms, treats gastrointestinal worms, fleas, and ear mites in cats. A waterproof solution, Advocate controls parasitic re-infestations by remaining active for a month.

Advantage Multi Cats

Advocate is a multipurpose treatment that is effective in controlling heartworm infections, treating a range of intestinal worms, and ear infections caused due to mites and sarcoptic mange in cats. It is an overall treatment that helps protect cats against heartworm disease and other parasitic infections.

A fast acting treatment that activates within one hour of application, Advocate rapidly kills flea within 12 hours. Imidacloprid kills fleas that can cause dermatitis, and destroys ear mites, which can cause ear infections in dogs. Moxidectin triggers the nerve transmission which results in paralysis and then eventual death of parasites. On the other hand, Imidacloprid is quite effective in controlling fleas by directly attacking its nervous system leading to paralysis and then death. Thus, this highly effective treatment not only kills fleas but also protects against other parasites.

Manufacturer Bayer
Features
  • One treatment effective against 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
Directions

Advocate is available in two different color-coded packs categorized in accordance with the weight of the pet.

Pack Size Strength Dosage
Advantage Multi Orange (Up to 10 lbs) 0.4ml/tube - Imidacloprid 40mg and Moxidectin 4mg One dose every month
Advantage Multi Purple (Over 10 lbs) 0.8ml/tube - Imidacloprid 80mg and Moxidectin 8mg One dose every month
  • Weigh your pet and choose the appropriate pack.
  • Let the pet stand still. Locate a spot between the shoulder blade 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.
Safety
  • 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. 
Ingredients

10 % v/w Imidacloprid (100g/L)

2.5 % v/w Moxidectin (25g/L)

Frequently Asked Questions

How does Advantage Multi for Cats work to kill parasites?

Advantage Multi has two main ingredients- Imidacloprid and Moxidectin. When Advantage Multi is applied to the cat’s skin, imidacloprid spreads over your cat's body to kill fleas and other external parasites through contact, so they do not have to bite your cat to die. On the other hand, Moxidectin triggers nerve transmission, which results in paralysis and then the eventual death of parasites. 

How often should I use Advantage Multi (Advocate) for Cats?

Advantage Multi (Advocate for Cats) is a monthly treatment. It should be used every 30 days to provide year-round continuous protection against flea infestations, ear mites, hookworms, roundworms, and heartworms.

Is Advantage Multi (Advocate) for cats effective on ticks?

No. Advantage multi kills fleas, ear mites, roundworms, and hookworms. It also prevents heartworms. If your pet is vulnerable to ticks, you can check out other flea and tick products on CanadaPetCare.

How long should I keep kittens away from each other after applying feline Advantage Multi treatment?

It is recommended to keep the kittens away from each other for 30 minutes after the application of Advantage Multi for kittens.

How do I apply Advantage Multi for Cats?

Follow these simple steps to apply Advantage Multi (Advocate) on Cats:

  • Weigh your pet and choose the appropriate pack.
  • Let the pet stand still. Locate a spot between the shoulder blade and the 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.
  • Do not get this product in the cat's mouth or eyes or allow the cat to lick the application site for 30 minutes.

How old does my cat have to be to use Advantage Multi for Cats?

Advantage Multi (Advocate) for Cats is safe to use on cats at least 9 weeks old, weighing at least 2 pounds.

Does Advantage Multi for cats expire?

Our products do have an expiration date that can be found on the bottom edge of the package. The products we ship typically have an expiration date that is 1-2 years away.

What if I miss an Advantage Multi for Cats heartworm treatment?

Don’t worry. If you miss a dose, simply treat your cat immediately. Advantage Multi (Advocate) kills newly acquired heartworm larvae (baby worms) throughout the month to prevent further infection. If you forget and go more than 30 days in between treatments, just immediately treat your cat and resume your monthly schedule.

What should I avoid when applying Advantage Multi for Cats?

Cat Advantage Multi is a topical product. It should never be ingested orally. Do not use it on sick or debilitated cats. Do not use it on cats younger than 9 weeks of age and weighing less than 2lbs.

Does Advantage Multi remain effective even after the cat gets wet?

Yes. As per the studies, bathing or swimming after 60 minutes and 90 minutes, respectively, after applying it does not affect the efficacy of the product.  

Where to buy Advantage Multi for Cats from?

CanadaPetCare offers all kinds of pet essentials at very affordable prices. You can get Advantage Multi (Advocate) from CanadaPetCare at the best price.

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I have used it for three months on my pet and it kills fleas very efficiently

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Advantage multi Frontline combo is a easy to apply liquid solution that quickly absorbs in cat's skin and gives your cat extended protection on fleas and worms

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I am amazed to see how wonderfully this topical treatment has worked on fleas.

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Have A Question?
Which Advantage product do you recommend for a semi-feral outdoor cat I feed?
Depends on Cat's weight.
| May 10, 2022
(17) | (5)
Does this work on hookworms, roundworms and lice?
It take care of pets from fleas, heartworm, roundworms, hookworms, lungworms, mites (ear).
| May 10, 2022
(17) | (4)
Does it help with roundworm
Yes
| Jan 02, 2022
(17) | (2)
Does advantage multi for cats prevent ticks also?
No
| Oct 31, 2021
(17) | (4)
Does a cat need to be tested for heart worms before starting Advantage multi?
It is recommended that cats should be tested for existing heartworm infection prior to starting treatment with Heartgard for Cats.
| Oct 13, 2021
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