Cat medicine and veterinary treatments

Cat medicines often seem to be a headache for cat owners. Indeed, it can be difficult to administer treatment to a cat, whatever its form: tablets, ointments, pipettes, injections... It is not unusual for a cat to refuse or be suspicious of their medicine. Thanks to our guides, discover the best cat medicines, from anti-fleas to antibiotics and cat tranquilizers, and how to treat your cat successfully.

Cat medicine and veterinary treatments

Cat medicines often seem to be a headache for cat owners. Indeed, it can be difficult to administer treatment to a cat, whatever its form: tablets, ointments, pipettes, injections... It is not unusual for a cat to refuse or be suspicious of their medicine. Thanks to our guides, discover the best cat medicines, from anti-fleas to antibiotics and cat tranquilizers, and how to treat your cat successfully.

Cat medical treatments guides and tips

Cat medicine

Cat medicine

Cat medicines will be essential throughout your cat’s life. However, it may seem difficult to know how to choose the best treatment for your cat or kitten. It can also be just as complicated to get your pet to accept their medication. Our guides are here to help you find your way through all the options available to treat your cat.

Non-prescription cat medicines: how to choose?

Many cat treatments are available without a prescription from your veterinarian.

How to choose a good non-toxic, flea medicine? Can I give my cat a sedative? Which worming solution is most effective? Can I treat my cat’s digestive problems myself?

Our articles help you answer all these questions, so you don’t risk choosing an ineffective or dangerous drug. In case of doubt, it is obviously advisable to turn to your vet.

Cat vaccines, antibiotics…: what treatments for my cat?

As soon as they are weaned, a kitten must be protected against diseases. For this, a vaccine is the best solution to give you the most peace of mind.

If your cat is sick, a consultation at the veterinarian will allow you to get the most adapted treatment for your animal. They will also advise you on how to get your cat to take their medication.

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