Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrong with application of Frontline Plus? I purchased a 6-pack (for our two cats) at Costco and applied yesterday. I was under the impression that the fleas would die immediately after application. I brought the kitties into the bathroom this morning and did a thorough flea combing on them. To my utter dismay, live fleas were still everywhere on them. I thought that I had applied exactly as the instructions said. Either I've done something wrong, or the product is simply very poor. I believe the Costco brand which is less than half the price of Frontline Plus (maybe even a third less), worked just as well (which really means not too well), and it left the cats very greasy for about a week after and we still had fleas with that product too. I am not recommending either product. I haven't tried this yet, but I have read that (food grade) DE (Diatomaceous Earth) which you may be able to purchase at farm type stores or online, is a natural remedy for the issue of fleas in your home. It apparently dries the eggs up. You can also you it on directly on your pets. It is entirely safe to use (it can even be eaten), except to be careful with application into your carpets as it may create a dust cloud when applying and can irritate the lungs. You just have to apply gently. I am very disgruntled at the fact that I just paid $65 for a product that doesn't even begin to work. It is way too expensive to not have resolved the problem and I really hate using all of these harsh chemicals, but I want fast results. I really think that fleas are becoming resistant to all of these chemical products, because year after year the problem seems to get worse.
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Thanks for reading everyone. I hope that this has been informative, and that you like the low price I found. If you buy Frontline Plus for Cats online via the recommendation you can get a great discount, and protect the one most important in your life. i.e The Cat! We rule!!!
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I have a question…a woman I work with told me that she buys the Frontline for large dogs and uses a syringe to apply it to her cats and has done this for years. She says this can *only* be done with Frontline because it is the only one that uses the same ingredient in the dog and cat versions. This is a huge price savings because you can treat several cats from one dog vial. Is this true? I’ve looked on the internet and some say it is, and others say it is a different concentration of the ingredient.
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