2 Best Worming Treatments for Treating Intestinal Worms in Cats

Most of the felines do not show any symptoms of acquiring worms, but due to heavy worm infestation kitties can lose sudden weight, vomit and even lead to irritation around the anus along with diarrhea. The interesting thing is that outdoor kitties are more prone to acquiring intestinal worms as they hunt and eat rodents, that are usually exposed to the soil where other animals defecate. Even if your feline has fleas then also the chances of her acquiring tapeworms increase. It has been researched and found that roundworms and tapeworms are two of the most common intestinal worms that cats get.

It should be noted that kittens and cats that do not receive regular preventative treatments for worms are at the maximum risk of developing complications with internal parasites. But it is important that you do not treat your feline yourself as there are different types of deworming treatments available in the market that treat one or more than one intestinal worms and so it is recommended to inquire with your veterinarian before administering any deworming treatment to her.

Some of the best worming treatments for treating intestinal worms in cats include:


Profender is an easy to administer topical deworming treatment that assists in controlling whipworms, hookworms, tapeworms and whipworms. It is available in ready-to-use tube form that effectively treats the kitty in just a single application. It kills and treats all types of intestinal worms.

It is advisable for kittens and cats 8 weeks or elder in age and weighing more than 1 Kg. Emodepside and Praziquantel present in the deworming treatment completely destroys intestinal worms, and prevents further re-infestation without any apparent side effects on the kitty. It also controls gastrointestinal worms excluding heartworms.


Popantel is the best worming treatment for controlling different types of intestinal worms. It successfully treats different internal parasites comprising of whipworms, tapeworms (encompassing Hydatid tapeworms), hookworms, and roundworms. This deworming treatment is recommended for cats and kittens at least 2 weeks of age.

Praziquantel and pyrantel present in the worming treatment completely gets rid of worms present in the intestinal tract and prevents gastric infection. It contains advanced ingredients that ensure swift relief killing and treating a broad range of intestinal parasites. Anthelmintic chemical formula present in Popantel assists in protecting felines from worst intestinal worm infestations and keeps them in good health. The great thing about this deworming treatment is it can be coupled up with flea and tick preventative treatment, heartworm preventative and pet vaccinations.

So which deworming treatment are you planning to get to treat intestinal worms in your kitty? Please let us know your answer by posting it in the comments section below and do not forget to subscribe to our blogs!!

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Post Author: Jesse McDaniel

Jesse McDaniel is an animal activist that raises concerns and spreads awareness regarding pet health issues. She is also a self-proclaimed pet lover who tends to support many pet shelters, assisting them with supplies and medical aide on a regular basis.