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Written on: 11/12/2008
I have 1 house cat that turns into a savage when it comes to tablets, he now just eats the wormer with his dinner. I also have 4 feral barn cats that I like to worm as best I can so finding a wormer that was readily eaten meant i was fairly sure they all got wormed - previous granules were left untouched even after shutting them in for several days. Catching them is not an option!… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/05/2008 by TheCatsMother (1 review written)
After reading the other reviews I have to agree - these are the easiest cat wormers I have ever come across, in 20 years of owning cats!
I currently have 3 cats; Smudge who is the eldest at 12 years and the biggest, he weighs over a stone and a quarter, but the vet says there's not an ounce of fat on him, he's just HUGE (we have a dog-flap, he got stuck in the cat-flap when he was a year old!!), Dusty, who is 9 and really fussy -won't even eat Webox treats or Felix sticks or real chicken… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/06/2007 by GreenDarcy (1 review written)
My cat is a very fussy eater - she will only eat Asda's complete dry food and human-grade tuna flakes. In the past I have had a nightmare trying to worm her. I have always used Johnson's Twin Wormer tablets (the pink and fawn ones) on my cat, which are very effective, but I dreaded the actual administration. My cat would clamp her mouth shut and I'd have to pry it open, all the time while she's squirming and wriggling - I didn't have enough hands to keep her still. Then to actually put the… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/01/2006 by sandwick (1 review written)
As a cat breeder - I HATE it when it's time for worming...all those tablets, scratches & blood. Not any more, I've just discovered Panacur Treats. Whilst buying my usual Panacur, my vet nurse gave me a pack of Treats & said try these. I just laughed and said there is NO Way a cat is going to fall for those so she gave me the pack without charge. I have 4 newly wormed cats tonight within the space of 5 minutes....they loved them. I won't be using anything else from now on… Read Full Review
Written on: 19/07/2005 by Summer8 (1 review written)
I've always had problems getting wormer down my cats, they know when there's anything there shouldn't be in their food, and I hate trying to put a tablet down their throat!
Panacure Favourite treats are the best wormer ever, my cats love them, worming them has never been easier. It gets a well worth 10/10 from me and my two cats!… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/03/2005 by Magnetic (33 reviews written)
Panacur Favourites for Cats
Worming cats is NOT the easiest of jobs - especially if you have LARGE cats. In recent years I have chosen to take the easier option and use granules which are mixed with the food however this can cause a few problems when, like me, you have multiple cats as one may ignore the food and another may help himself to several portions.
When I noticed that there was a new option on the market I was naturally very interested especially as it was Panacur which I have been… Read Full Review
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