Beaphar Sparkle Cat Flea Collar 90p at Wilko in-store
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Beaphar Sparkle Cat Flea Collar 90p at Wilko in-store

£0.90£478%Wilko Deals
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Found 18th JulEdited by:"Gozer"
I picked this up at Wilko. It said £2.25 on the shelf which was cheaper than their own brand one at £3.00 but then it scans in at 90p. Had a few left in the Horwich Branch.

Says it lasts 4 months and is suitable for cats older than 12 weeks old.

It's not listed on their website so Product information on an Amazon link here.
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matengawhat2 m ago

Car???


Yes, it's a massive one that wraps around the bonnet. There again it may have just been a bad auto-correct.
Please don't use these collars, some horror stories about reactions to the chemicals in them.
Collars themselves are very dangerous, the charity I think volunteer for advises against them altogether.
louie-blue2 h, 41 m ago

Please don't use these collars, some horror stories about reactions to the …Please don't use these collars, some horror stories about reactions to the chemicals in them.Collars themselves are very dangerous, the charity I think volunteer for advises against them altogether.


I always put the collar under her bed for a day or 2, I figure she'd avoid it if reacted to the active chemicals in it. Then I put the collar on very loosely. She is largely an indoor cat anyway.

But I do understand your concerns.
Completely agree with Louie-blue's concerns, as my cats neck had become raw with missing fur where the collar was and my vet said they tell everyone to avoid flea collars for those reasons and that they are ineffective too (as I found out for myself too). Flea collars should only be used in vacuum bags/cylinders to kill fleas. Should anyone still insist on using these, please check your cats necks/fur regularly.
Gozer9 h, 0 m ago

I always put the collar under her bed for a day or 2, I figure she'd …I always put the collar under her bed for a day or 2, I figure she'd avoid it if reacted to the active chemicals in it. Then I put the collar on very loosely. She is largely an indoor cat anyway.But I do understand your concerns.


Please don't apply the collar loosely, you should only be able to get 2 fingers between the collar and the cat, regardless of whether the cat goes outdoors or not.
Better to avoid altogether and use other flea treatments.
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