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Bayer Seresto Flea and Tick Collar, Cat

by BAYER
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  • 8 month Flea & Tick protection
  • Veterinarian Recommended
  • Non-greasy, odorless
  • Available in three sizes, large dog, small dog and cat
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Product Details

Size: Cat
  • Product Dimensions: 4.8 x 4.8 x 1.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00B8CG5NK
  • Item model number: 80000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (316 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #753 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Size: Cat

The Seresto Flea & Tick collar from Bayer offers a breakthrough of eight months of flea and tick protection for dogs or cats, setting it apart from conventional flea and tick collars. The Seresto collar offers the performance of a topical with the non-greasy convenience of an easy-to-use collar. Its sustained release technology means that the active ingredients are slowly and continuously released over 8 months. Kills fleas and continues to prevent re-infestations for up to 8 month. The Seresto collar also repels and kills ticks. The Seresto collar is also water resistant and remains effective following monthly bathing, occasional swimming (if swimming occurs more often than once a month, the duration is reduced to five months) or after exposure to rain or sunshine. This collar also features a release mechanism which in the unlikely event of a pet becoming trapped, the pet's own strength is sufficient to allow for a quick release.


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Customer Reviews

Two of my cats experienced hair loss and open sores at collar site.
Lisa Jordan
Since you asked I'll tell you that the Seresto Flea cat Collar is really working as they say it would; and I am very happy with it.
Tom
Within a few days we were completely flea free- 3 months later and still no signs of them!!!
Meghan Burris

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

81 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 7, 2013
Size Name: Cat
I have two cats from two separate gene pools. Both cats had reactions within two weeks of wearing this collar. 6 yr old female lost all hair around her neck and had two open sores that needed to be treated by the vet - (anti-inflammatory and antibiotic shots). 8 yr old male lost all hair around his neck, half of his face was swollen and his head was red from ears to chin (steroid shot). Bayer was kind enough to refund the money for the collars and the additional veterinary care visit for both cats.
Within two weeks of the removal of these collars, both otherwise healthy cats have developed upper respiratory issues. The female overcame hers quickly; the male has been hospitalized twice for dehydration. All tests were inconclusive if these URI's were in reaction to the collars, but I think it speaks volumes that my cats have always been healthy and now I've been to the vet 6 times in three weeks. Bayer is currently investigating to decide if they will cover expensive of the additional testing and hospital stays.
I would NOT recommend this product for any cat.
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83 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Olivia on May 11, 2013
Size Name: Cat
I originally gave this product 5 stars because it seemed to be a miracle solution for my 11yr old male Maine Coon. He gets terrible fleas and even drops had stopped working. This got rid of his fleas, but something much worse eventually happened. We started noticing that he was drinking and eating constantly but wasn't getting fat, if anything he seemed skinnier. We took him to the vet for the senior lab panel that the vet had recommended at his yearly checkup earlier this year. First off, we were astonished that he had dropped from 9 to 6.6 lbs!!! We thought maybe it was diabetes, but that was ruled out, along with kidney failure, thyroid, and just about everything else. The vet was stumped.

Meanwhile, our cat was getting sicker and sicker. He had not only diarrhea 7-8 times a day but brown water would leak out of him and we had to wash our sheets daily. He was lethargic, only wanted to lay huddled in one spot and when he did get up, his back legs often stumbled. We assumed that he was just dying of old age and we even suggested having him put down. He seemed so miserable. Then one night my husband said, "When did all this start exactly? Before or after he got that collar?" I slowly said, "A week after..." And it dawned on us. We never suspected the collar because the vet herself recommended it, had it on all her cats, and in all the tests and vet visits she never suggested it was the collar causing the symptoms. I Googled Seresto symptoms and there's not much feedback out there since it's new, but there is a lady in the UK whose cat had some similar symptoms to ours. I tore this expensive collar off without a second thought. I mean, we couldn't be sure that he wasn't just dying, but I figured if he was dying anyway, we didn't care about fleas.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Laura Dropps on May 31, 2013
Size Name: Cat Verified Purchase
Our 3 kitties have been wearing the Seresto collars for close to 3 months now. While other family & friends in the area are having flea and tick problems, we are free and clear. We are waiting to see if it lasts the full 8 months of protection but (knock on wood) so far so great! After a horrible infestation of fleas the past 2 years in a row -even using other products in a pricer range- the Seresto system seems to work. I have been recommending the collars to everyone I know.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By sanguine_air on October 15, 2013
Size Name: Cat Verified Purchase
I have four cats and Advantage had stopped working completely. The house and cats were hopping with fleas. It was horrible. I vacuumed. And flea combed. And used various products in the house short of fogging which is impractical when you have four cats living there. The vet's assistant had suggested these collars as an option. Came to Amazon because the price was much better and I needed multiple collars. Then I saw the reviews where people claimed their cats died and developed horrible skin reactions. That was a bit offputting. I hesitated. But the fleas were very bad and the vet's office--which I trust--had recommended them. I ordered three collars, figuring that I'd put them on my healthiest youngest kitties first (ages 11, 7 and 4--weights 10 to 16 pounds) first. My 14 year old cat (6 pounds) loves to be combed, so I would just comb her. When the collars arrived I, for perhaps the first time in my life, read the package insert that discussed the company's trials of the product. The only notable side effect observed in testing (as I recall it) was some dermatitis. It wasn't a lot of the trial participants but it was observed, and this explains the folks whose cats lost hair. Encouraged by the package insert, I put the collars on the cats. Initially, I was afraid that one of them was getting lethargic. Then I decided he had always been that lethargic and I was just paying more attention because I was afraid I was doing something that might kill my cats. Ultimately, the only effect these collars had was killing fleas. It took a couple of weeks because the fleas had gotten so bad, but they went away. About 99%. And the cool thing is, they also went away on my one cat on which I did not put a collar.Read more ›
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