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Natural Flea Spray for Cats, 8-Ounce


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  • Kills fleas and ticks on contact without harmful poisons and continues to kill for one week
  • Does not interfere with or wash out spot-on flea protection
  • Safe for use on very young kittens
  • Delightful clove and cinnamon
  • Safe to use around children and other pets
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 2.2 x 8 inches ; 10.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00266K31M
  • Item model number: 11003
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,430 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

This unique natural flea and tick spray is formulated from cinnamon oil, cedar wood oil, clove oil and vanillin exclusively for cats . This new breakthrough technology not only kills fleas on contact but is 100-percent effective in killing these parasites for one week, and leaves your pet with a delightfully light clove and cinnamon scent.

Customer Reviews

Cinnamon oil and clove oil are very toxic to cats.
millie2nd
I wish it worked better because it seems good, but the fleas never really seemed to be under control.
M. Keens
Off to find a product with ingredients that actually classify it as healthy and "natural".
Dragonfruit

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By millie2nd on August 30, 2012
I used two bottles of this before I went onlne to check out peoples comments on this product and after I saw the reviews I call my vet yesterday and she called me back today and said I was right and she did not know that either until she did some checking of her own. Cinnamon oil and clove oil are very toxic to cats.

It can build up in the liver sometimes quickly depending on exposure. It is usually a slow process and does not show up until it's to late.

Cinnamon oil is also used to keep cats away!

Check this out for yourself. You will be shocked. All you have to do is google it.

Many other oils are bad for your cat including tea tree oil.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By C. Dharman on July 25, 2011
According to the label this should give 2 weeks of residual effectiveness. I know that is very optimistic but i would have hoped for at least a couple of days. I bought the product specifically for the cedar and clove oils and wanted to see how those ingredients would work for a flea infestation on my cat. I currently give him advantage II (which also doesn't seem to work as advertised with him and I need to re-apply once a week or so). In any case, I gave him his bath, and was hoping to use this repellant for the 48 hours or so i have to wait before I can re-apply the Advantage. So I gave him his bath with a Spot-on Flea Treatment friendly shampoo and then sprayed him down. One thing I do not like about this spray at all is the soapiness from the Sodium Laureth Sulfate (first ingredient). It got his coat soapy but seemed to dry pretty quickly. It did have a strong cedar/clove scent originally and he didn't mind it at all. I don't know if it killed any fleas at that point, since I had pretty much washed them all off of him. I also sprayed down my bed (since that's where he likes to sleep). I was hoping for 48 hours of protection, but no dice. By the next morning, I went to check him, and ran a flea comb through his scruff, and found MORE fleas than we have seen in a while. By the afternoon I decided to dose him with the Advantage II again. I did spray him down again with this procudt after that and sprayed directly on the fleas I found on the bedspread where he had been lying. It killed those on contact.Read more ›
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By heavensevans on February 13, 2010
I probably like the smell of this more than my cats do, but they don't mind it if I don't overdo it. They don't like the sound of the spray bottle so I spray from quite a distance above or spritz a rag and then wipe them. A little goes a LONG way.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By edanyi on April 29, 2011
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I realize that any flea spray is going to smell unpleasant but when I used this on my cat that recently had kittens it really gets up into your nose and stays. The mom wouldn't go back into her 'nest' where the kittens were for 2 days and we had to find her a number of times. That being said, this really is the only flea spray I could find that works for very young kittens and I am so grateful they make it! Works well, just can't spray the bedding. Might just be a personal thing though.
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I've used this product for approx. 3 years. I purchased it in a panic because I had a flea infested kitten that needed help right away. I did not put it on the kitten directly (nor do I spray it on my cats directly). I put it on a towel and then smoothed the kittens fur very lightly with it. I'm very careful about putting ANY chemicals or strong ingredients on my cats and only use as little as possible to get the job done (sometimes 1/2 a dose). Technically, even Advantage/Frontline, etc. are all pesticides. This is my flea "system" I use: 1. Advantage (or similar) once per month in summer and every 2-3 months in winter. 2. Capstar (or similar) once a week in summer as needed (if I see scratching). 3. And this product. I used to have to use RAID flea products in the home, but now never do. In my opinion, using a RAID type product is much worse than spraying this on the carpets after I vacuum. The only reason I put 4 stars was because I can't seem to get the last bit of product out of the container and the spray nozzle does not come off.
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it caused my cat to twitch and become very lethargic, and I didn't even spray this directly on him (I'm so happy I didn't spray all over his body as directed), only on his bedding and on certain areas he likes to frequent, the couch, the rug. Not only did it make him sick gave me hives and a strange metallic taste in my mouth. this seriously needs to be taken off the market.
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By Alex Rivero on April 22, 2014
Bought at Pet Supermarket and it did not work. I was only able to get a few sprays onto my 3 year old Calico, but able to soak my kitten in it. It didn't work at all, they are still both covered in fleas and it seems like my Calico is having a negative reaction to it. Her bottom lip is swollen. Though I didn't get much on her, she cleans my other cat so she is ingesting it that way.
I've read mixed reviews that clove and cinnamon oil are bad for cats.
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By B. Harris on January 18, 2014
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I have used this on rescue animals with 100% satisfaction. I do a lot of pet sitting also and it's amazing how many people let their cats and dogs run around with fleas. You can also use this on kittens. I use both the dog and cat natural flea spray and it works wonderfully. For very heavy flea infestation I massage a while lot into their coats and wait a few mins then rinse and re-do. Excellent products! Best product I have found for immediate flea relief.
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