SPOT-ON Flea Control For Cats And Kittens

Spot On Flea Control for Cats-Kittens

Available in 1 x 0.6mL Pipette

Controls Fleas on Cats for 3 months
Prevents the Production of Viable Flea Eggs
Stops the Development of Flea Larvae

EXELPETSPOT-ON FLEA CONTROL FOR CATS AND KITTENS is suitable for use on cats of any bodyweight.



This product should not be used on kittens less than 1 month of age or on sick or convalescing cats.

Dosage and Administration

Hold the pipette upright. To pierce the seal, pull off the cap, turn it upside down and push it back on. Part the hair on the base of your cat’s neck and apply the total contents of the pipette directly onto the skin. Care should be taken to keep the pipette in contact with the skin. Do not wash your cat after treatment.

EXELPETSPOT-ON FLEA CONTROL FOR CATS AND KITTENS can be administered safely to pregnant and lactating queens.

General Instructions

Before fleas are seen on your cat – Apply EXELPET™ SPOT-ON FLEA CONTROL FOR CATS AND KITTENS and continue all year round for the best results.

When your cat already has fleas – This product does not kill adult fleas. Therefore, cats already infested with fleas should be initially treated with EXELPET CAPSTAR. Treat your cat with EXELPET™ SPOT-ON FLEA CONTROL FOR CATS AND KITTENS for on going protection. Treatment with EXELPET™ SPOT-ON FLEA CONTROL FOR CATS AND KITTENS should be continued every 3 months throughout the year. If your cat becomes reinfested with adult fleas use EXELPET CAPSTAR.

Flea Control Program

Effective long term flea control requires an integrated flea control programme to break the flea breeding cycle. An effective flea control program includes all the following steps:

  1. Treat all pets at the same time:  Fleas can readily spread from one pet to another, so it is important to treat all cats and dogs in your household at the same time.
  2. Treat your pet’s environment: Treat your pets’s bedding and where your pet frequents.
  3. Maintain this flea control programme all year round, particularly throughout the warmer, humid months when fleas are most active.

Should your cat or kitten continue to scratch during treatment, seek veterinary advice.


If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or the Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131126.

APVMA Approval No: 55481/0.6mL/0507