Mix proper dosage with an amount of any palatable feed that will be consumed in one serving. If possible, confine treated cats or kittens for a day or two so that the droppings can be collected and destroyed. Heavily infested animals may require a second treatment two weeks after the first. Administer Ĺ teaspoon (2.5 mL) per 5 lbs of body weight.
Do not worm a kitten under six weeks of age. Never worm a sick cat or kitten. Consult your vet for assistance in the diagnosis, treatment, and control of parasitism.
Consult your vet before using in severely debilitated animals. Do not worm animal more than twice yearly, except when advised by your vet. This product is effective for those roundworm stages found in the intestines and does not remove migrating larval stages. Animals should be checked periodically by a veterinarian for additional parasites.
Too much ! by Brandi's mom from Plattsburg, Mo.01/29/2014
I ordered the Sure Shot liquid to worm my house cat, Whiteout and my two barn cats, Cali and Scare D. Katt. The amount of liquid required for each dose made it extremely difficult to administer. Even though it's less expensive, which was my goal, I had to go back to the higher priced medication that I get from my vet to be able to worm the cats without a major battle. They absolutely refused to eat when the medicine was mixed into their wet food and administering it from a syringe didn't go well for either of us.
Worked for my Five cats by Susan from New Jersey12/01/2014
My litter of five cats were adopted from the local shelter. They all came to me with worms (roundworms) and fleas. I mixed this medicine into their canned food. They ate it with no hesitation. As a matter of fact, because I dosed it out into their bowls before putting the food in with it, two of the cats started to lick it up out of the bowl without it even being mixed with food. It was the easiest dosing of medicine I have ever used! The worms required two doses to eliminate but the cats were cured in no time.