|EPA (ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY)
If you go to this site, you will see all the complaints the EPA has gotten on
Merial products with Fipronil. These products include Frontline and
Frontline Plus. You will have to be able to open pdf files.
Go to the right side of the page and click search FIOA requests. In search
box put in number EPA-HQ-2015-004825 and then slick search. A yellow
highlighted tracking number will appear. Click on the number and then
IF YOU LOOK ON THE LAST TWO PAGES, IT EXPLAINS THE CODES USED.
IT'S A SHAME THAT SO MANY PETS HAVE DIED OR HAD SUCH TERRIBLE
SIDE EFFECTS AND THAT THIS POISON IS STILL ON THE MARKET.
There is a section on cats
IT IS SHOCKING
IF YOUR CAT HAS LICKED FRONTLINE PLUS WATCH FOR
More Severe Symptoms
Don't assume that the worst your cat will suffer is drooling like a Saint Bernard for a
while after licking Frontline. As with any medication, drug interactions and more severe
side effects can occur. Depending on your cat's medical or genetic history, she may
develop more severe reactions from her experimental taste, such as vomiting, lethargy
or tremors. Her appetite may change and she may not seem like herself. If her behavior
changes dramatically after her exposure to Frontline, contact your veterinarian
immediately for advice and guidance.
Just because your cat can't reach the Frontline with her tongue doesn't mean the
medication can't cause her some discomfort. Some cats develop physical reactions to
the ingredients in the medication, resulting in hair loss, skin irritation and an intense itch.
This skin irritation may extend to her mouth after licking, causing her ulcers and pain on
the sensitive skin inside. She may cry out and go crazy trying to scratch at the spot you
treated, or shake constantly in an attempt to get rid of the wet feeling. This may calm
down once the medication dries completely, but some cats are so sensitive to the
chemicals they require medical treatment. Call your vet for advice if your cat seems to
be in pain or physical discomfort from the medication.
THE ONLY PREVENTION IS TO NOT
GIVE YOUR CAT FRONTLINE PLUS AT ALL
|WE NEED YOU TO JOIN OUR GROUP AND
PREVENT MERIAL FROM MAKING THIS POISON
FOR OUR PETS. PLEASE GO TO THE
CONTACT US PAGE AND FILL OUT THE FORM
THERE. BE SURE TO SAY YES AND JOIN OUR
|WE SINCERELY HOPE THAT AFTER READING THESE PAGES YOU
KNOW HOW DANGEROUS FRONTLINE PLUS IS TO ALL OUR PETS AND
CHILDREN ALIKE. WE HAVE AN ATTORNEY IN NEW YORK TAKING OUR
CASE AGAINST MERIAL. WE JUST NEED MORE PEOPLE TO TELL
THEIR STORIES ABOUT HOW USING FRONTLINE PLUS AFFECTED
THEM AND THEIR PETS.
|Frontline Plus for Cats
Frontline contains the active ingredients fipronil and
s-methoprene. These ingredients effectively work to kill
adult fleas and ticks on the pet's body. In addition, the
insect growth inhibitor s-methoprene kills flea eggs and
larvae and thus disrupts the life cycle of ticks and fleas.
IT MIGHT KILL YOUR CAT INSTEAD OF THE FLEAS
|Active Ingredient Fipronil
Fipronil is an anti-parasite ingredient that interacts with the
nervous system of parasites and causes death to the tick
or flea but may also cause seizures and death to your pet.
It isn't absorbed by the cat's body and is stored in the
sebaceous or oil glands of the skin. If administered to your
cat and it shows signs of poison,
WASH IMMEDIATELY WITH BLUE DAWN DISH SOAP.
IF NO IMPROVEMENT TAKE YOUR FUR BABY TO THE VET
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THERE IS A VERY INTERESTING WEB PAGE FROM THE
AUSTRALIAN PESTICIDES AND VETERNIARY MEDICINES
AUTHORITY REGARDING THE SIDE EFFECTS OF
FRONTLINE PPODUCTS ON CATS AND HUMANS. THE
SAME PRODUCTS SOLD IN AUSTRALIA ARE SOLD HERE
|FP DETOX PRODUCTS TO USE IN FOREIGN
COUNTRIES IF DAWN IS NOT AVAILABLE
Fairy dish liquid is the same product in Australia, same
bottle Just a different name
• Fairy was released onto the Australian market in 2011
and is quickly growing to become one of the most popular
choices available within the country.
• In Egypt, Fairy competes with Henkel's Pril, and takes
second place to Pril in market share.
• Fairy is also sold in Germany; in 2000 it was briefly
renamed Dawn (the brand used in the United States
market), but after sharply declining sales due to an
unfamiliar brand, the Fairy name was revived in 2002.
• In Sweden, Fairy is branded as Yes, as seen on the
• In the Netherlands it is marketed as Dreft. Meanwhile
the same name also refers to another brand of detergent
also made by Procter & Gamble.