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Kirkland Signature Fllea & Tick Control for Cats

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  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • ASIN: B007RG9MFE
  • Average Customer Review: 1.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (177 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,854 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Shame on Costco for selling a crap product.
Lea Zinzer
Since I've never had any problems with the Kirkland brand, I decided to save myself some money and buy Costco's flea and tick control.
KC
Her hair also was very greasy and ended up in a big area around her back of the neck for days.
jill from Salinas Ca

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65 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Tracey on April 29, 2012
I was SO very excited when I saw that Kirkland came out with a generic flea and tick medication for cats that was super cheap! But, I should have known that you get what you pay for. First of all, this medication made both of my cat's hair super greasy for weeks. The medication just doesn't come out easily as does Frontline. Second, a few days later after applying the medication, one of my cat's skin became super irritated to the point of bleeding and scabbing. I am assuming he was scratching it. His hair around that area also began coming out. He is probably scratching and pulling it out. I find clumps of hair all around the house. As to the medication's effectiveness, the results are undetermined. However, I did a bit of research and found that Kirkland Flea and Tick is identical to Bio Spot Defense in ingredients. Here is a great review [...]. In this review, it states that many people don't even believe that Bio Spot works to kill the fleas!! We won't be buying this again.
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53 of 54 people found the following review helpful By D. on May 15, 2012
I will never use this again. Please, if you care about your animals, go with a more trusted brand. I had just bought this from Costco, was happy about the price and thought it would be a quality product. I put it on my cats a little over 24 hours ago, and I've been worried ever since. First off, there is so much liquid! I'm used to Advantage and Frontline, where there are only a few drops to put on their skin. I applied it at the base of their skull on the back of their necks, in about a 2 inch area. The liquid just kept coming! After about 20 minutes it had made a ring around their necks. They were shaking their heads and scratching. I tried to keep them from doing this, and kept checking to make sure there was no rash. I never saw any skin color changes, but I could tell they were uncomfortable. Twelve hours later it was still wet. I went upstairs to find puddles of liquid vomit. They were in a cardboard box and unusually dark. I took a paper towel to soak them up, and saw it was blood. Two puddles of blood. I was horrified. I knew which cat did it and sat with her the rest of the night. She kept hiding under the bed and her stomach was making crazy noises. It sounded like a wet sponge being squeezed. She was still affectionate though, and seemed alert. So I would take her downstairs and have her drink water. 24 hours later she hasn't thrown up again and is eating and drinking normally, but she seems a little wobbly and is going down the stairs very slowly (usually she sprints up and down them). My other cat seemed fine at first, except for all the scratching, but 24 hours later and he is pooping big globs of blood and seems skittish. And 24 hours later and the product is still wet! I called Wellmark through the number on the back, and was told there was a high volume of calls.Read more ›
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Beverly on June 13, 2012
Our cat's vet has urged us to use a flea-mosquito control medication on our cat. So when we saw this product at Costo, we believed it would give her the protection from heart worm that the vet believes is necessary. In addition, we trusted that anything marketed under the Kirkland label was safe to use.

I applied the first dose to our cat two days ago; she hid most of the day and was in obvious distress. The following morning, there were clumps of fur all over the house. I researched this product and its active ingredients and learned that it contains the same chemical formulation as Bio Spot, a flea-tick-mosquito compound with overwhelmingly negative Web reviews. After reading a number of comments that corroborated the symptoms which we observed, I bathed her immediately to remove as much of this medication as I could. (Note: you must use a diluted dish detergent like Dawn or Joy to dissolve the oil residue on the cat's fur.)

Three days after the application of this medication, our kitty has begun scratching and biting herself, in spite of the fact that we know she's flea-free.

I returned this product to Costco today and was told that a number of other customers have done the same, citing bad reactions of their cats. I also made a complaint to the company via the 888- phone number printed on the box. And I will e-mail all of our cat-owning friends warning them not to buy Kirkland Flea and Tick (and mosquito) Control for Cats.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Roy Wayne Shiflet on June 14, 2012
I trust Costco, so I bought their new product. Immediatly my cat starting licking himself and his hair started to fall out, or he licked it came out. Iam not sure if it works as I washed out as much as I could.The cat could not tolerate it
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By momof2 on June 6, 2012
Do not buy this product and if you have purchased it do NOT USE IT!! I applied it to my cat and just like all reviews it is very greasy and left huge greasy spot- the cat became lethargic, not eating and not his normal self for days! No bowel movements or wetting in his litter box for three days! He has a bare spot on his back from scratching and he also vomited, something he's never done before! I am so sorry I put my cat through that-like others I trusted that Kirkland Signature was going to uphold it's reputation. I was wrong to try this product and my poor cat had to pay for it! I am sorry to hear that all these animals are sick and some dying from this treatment- I only hope that people read all these reviews and spare their pets from this horrible product!!! I will be retururning this product to Costco and requesting that it be pulled from the shelves!
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