Quick Answer: Do Indoor Cats Need Revolution?

Even though your cat may ‘never go outside’, a single mosquito can get into your home and bite your cat and give him/her heartworms.

Also, fleas are great hitchhikers!

Revolution is a very safe, effective, inexpensive and easy to use product that can protect your cat from these dangerous ‘bugs’.5 Apr 2011

Do you need flea treatment for indoor cat?

Every cat, yes, even indoor cats, needs to be on a monthly flea and tick prevention medication. Talk to your vet about the right option for your cat – you’ve got choices! – and be consistent. You’ll never be able to make your home a fortress against fleas but you can help your cat withstand the attack.29 Aug 2018

Do indoor cats need heartworm prevention?

Diagnosing and treating heartworm disease in cats is tricky, which is why it’s so important to emphasize the need for all cats—even those that are strictly indoors (mosquitoes don’t ask permission before entering)—to be given year-round heartworm preventives.16 Apr 2019

Do indoor cats need worming?

Indoor Cats

Because fleas can carry worms, your indoor cat should be wormed as well. It’s better to be safe than sorry, and both flea and worm treatment is easy and safe, whereas elimination of parasites once they have taken hold can be more complicated.

How often do cats need revolution?

CATS: In safety studies, Revolution was applied at 1, 3, 5, and 10 times the recommended dose to six-week-old kittens.