Frontline for Cats £10.79 for 3 £17.60 for 6, Free delivery + 10.1% Cashback
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Frontline for Cats £10.79 for 3 £17.60 for 6, Free delivery + 10.1% Cashback

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Found 15th Aug 2011
My cats scratching again so been on a hunt for frontline. (don't know how to put pics up if somebody can help!)

Frontline for cats
£10.79 for 3
£17.60 for 6
FREE DELIVERY
10.1% TCB

Spent ages searching and this is the cheapest I can find.

Also worming tablets for £1.60 each.
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Frontline combo is defiantly the best to use does anyone know the cheapest site to buy it from without prescription
Thats the cheapest i have ever seen it, Normally have to pay £26 for 6 spot on! heat added
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frontline combo says prescription on all the ones i saw
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oooooh, I can earn £5 if anybody wants to buy it and let me refer them msg me your email address if you'd like me to refer you! lol (i'm joking... but i don't mind earning free things for my cats :D)

Edited by: "eljoeyo" 15th Aug 2011
Some websites sell combo without prescription this is a good deal though
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i saw it on a couple saying prescription, didn't pay to much attention as its not what i normally buy. whats the difference?
Heat added. But for for anyone who doesn't have Quidco, etc for cashback this website has pack of 3 for £10.15 or 6 for £17.05 (both with free delivery) mrpets.co.uk/fro…asp
Combo kills fleas and ticks also kills the fleas around your enviroment ie from carpets etc
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bostonbadgirl

Heat added. But for for anyone who doesn't have Quidco, etc for cashback … Heat added. But for for anyone who doesn't have Quidco, etc for cashback this website has pack of 3 for £10.15 or 6 for £17.05 (both with free delivery) http://www.mrpets.co.uk/frontline-spot-on-cat-3-pack-1-p.asp




Thats good as well.

medicanimal.com with topcashback will save you £1.23on that on a 6 pack and more if you want afew bits. Good if you don't use cashback though
after cashback
£9.70 for 3 with delivery
£15.82 for 6 with delivery
does anyone have any ideas on what to use if frontline didn't kill the fleas on thier moggy???
dmh77

does anyone have any ideas on what to use if frontline didn't kill the … does anyone have any ideas on what to use if frontline didn't kill the fleas on thier moggy???



Advocate or Stronghold, both of those kill certain worms too I think they are both prescription only though.
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dmh77

does anyone have any ideas on what to use if frontline didn't kill the … does anyone have any ideas on what to use if frontline didn't kill the fleas on thier moggy???



i think depending on size or weight of your cat you may need to use 2 instead of 1. i know it works like that for worming tablets but if you have a big cat may be the same for fleas
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ashtad

Combo kills fleas and ticks also kills the fleas around your enviroment … Combo kills fleas and ticks also kills the fleas around your enviroment ie from carpets etc



well now i know! post a deal if you find it cheap and i'll try it next time
Edited by: "eljoeyo" 15th Aug 2011
ashtad

Frontline combo is defiantly the best to use does anyone know the … Frontline combo is defiantly the best to use does anyone know the cheapest site to buy it from without prescription



discountpetcare.co.uk
Don't know if it's the cheapest but it's a lot cheaper than my vet sells it and doesn't need a prescription.
I ordered this 10 days ago. The thing with fleas is they lurk in carpets etc most of the time, so the cat is forever picking up new ones. We also use a flea comb and screwdriver to squash them. So you might think it doesn't work, but it does once a flea gets near it.

& read this hotukdeals.com/dea…e=2
Edited by: "chalkysoil" 15th Aug 2011
£9.60 at Petmeds for 3 frontline cats , 6 pack £15.60 using 20% off code pet20 , you have to spend £39 for free delivery tho £2.49 otherwise so probably worth it if you are stocking up
Edited by: "deanos" 15th Aug 2011
This site is also very good, £10.99 for 3, but it has good prices for all flea treatments and wormers and always free delivery on flea treatment and wormers

nutrecare.co.uk/Pro…ats
Fiprospot Spot On Cat [6 x 0.5ml] with same ingredients as frontline - 20% off now £13.03 for pack of 6.


Edited by: "margamboy" 15th Aug 2011
Thanks guys for all the info, heat added!
I've got 3 cats and can't get rid of the little blighters. Cats have always had frontline and its always worked but for a couple of months we've (cats) had fleas. Bought Fiprospot this time and they've had 2 each on this month and i've flead the house twice. Trouble is neighbourhood cats keep coming in, even found one sat upstairs on daughters bed. Bloody nightmare fleas, if its not the cats with fleas its the kids with nits lol.
jaidenslot

I've got 3 cats and can't get rid of the little blighters. Cats have … I've got 3 cats and can't get rid of the little blighters. Cats have always had frontline and its always worked but for a couple of months we've (cats) had fleas. Bought Fiprospot this time and they've had 2 each on this month and i've flead the house twice. Trouble is neighbourhood cats keep coming in, even found one sat upstairs on daughters bed. Bloody nightmare fleas, if its not the cats with fleas its the kids with nits lol.



I've found the past 6 months standard frontline does nothing. What I really don't understand is how they get fleas when they don't even go out!! I'll try the frontline combo and see if that makes a difference unless someone can suggest a different product.
The cheapest way of buying the frontline is to buy for a extra large dog which is 4 ml I believe then pour it in to a sterilized small tube or container then syringe out 0.5ml every six weeks for your cat that way your getting over 8 months supply for the price of one large dog amount as it's exactly the same product and ingredients just obviously the dog is a larger weight hence the reason it needs more there a plenty of forums regading this I have been doing this with my cat for the last eight years with no problems and no fleas at all I do use the combo though
when I went to book my cat in a cattery this year for our holidays, they wouldn't take him unless he had been treated with a prescription flea treatment. Apparently they had a huge problem the previous year with cats that had been treated with the frontline spot on, as opposed to the prescription only combo. Spot on may be cheaper, but it doesn't work as well, and no-one really wants fleas in their house - do they?
We just got some Advocate from the vet - he recommended alternating with Frontline Combo to kill all nasties, including roundworm (that's from the Advocate) We'll see!
It was eye-wateringly expensive though, so going to try and get further supplies online. Thanks for all the links here.
If you do use Advocate, be aware that it leaves a lovely greasy patch on your cat that then gets transferred to whatever soft furnishings they flop out on. We now have a lovely big greasy mark on our duvet cover - although we thought at first she'd weed on it, so it could have been worse!
A bit off topic I have just discovered that feeding your cat a main diet of canned tuna is not good for his health. I notice they sell appause cat food chicken pouch 12x70g for 9.59. Is that a good product for the price ? He is a mature (old) cat.
Applaws is good food but also expensive - Personally don't think you can go wrong with natures menu at £18 for 24 pouches.

http://www.petsathome.com/shop/natures-menu-adult-cat-food-mixed-select-100gm-48-pack-14689?DisplayProductList=true&ref1=1|Brand-|Natures+Menu

I feed my cat dry food mainly with some natures menu every other month and a tin of tuna here and there, some will say they need wet food but he is now 3 years old and full of life, the vet says his health is perrrrfect, teeth, weight, coat etc all good.

But yes tuna on its own constantly is no good, just nice as treat now and again
margamboy

Applaws is good food but also expensive - Personally don't think you can … Applaws is good food but also expensive - Personally don't think you can go wrong with natures menu at £18 for 24 pouches.http://www.petsathome.com/shop/natures-menu-adult-cat-food-mixed-select-100gm-48-pack-14689?DisplayProductList=true&ref1=1|Brand-|Natures+MenuI feed my cat dry food mainly with some natures menu every other month and a tin of tuna here and there, some will say they need wet food but he is now 3 years old and full of life, the vet says his health is perrrrfect, teeth, weight, coat etc all good.But yes tuna on its own constantly is no good, just nice as treat now and again



I wish my two cats would eat a variety. I have tried every brand and they only pick at dry food and will only eat Whiskers fish and not even the meat ones. Fussy mogs!
Cheers for the replies. My cat is also a fussy moggy.. He also changes where he wants to fed aswell. At the moment, because its warm, he prefers to alfresco!! Pain in the......
Sorted, cheers
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