The majority of cats are described as "indoor-only" by their owners ...
Cat lifestyles based on a recent survey of cat owners (n=451)*4
Yet 2 out of 5 indoor cats are NOT getting the parasiticide recommendation they need
38% of indoor-only cats did not receive a parasiticide recommendation, per recent veterinarian survery (n=135)†5
Parasites are NOT "outdoor-only"
Fleas, ticks, ear mites, intestinal worms, and heartworms can get into any home. Parasites hitchhike indoors on other pets or creatures, on shoes and clothes, or get inside through doors and windows.5
*"Top Cat Research” survey of 457 veterinarians, 251 veterinary staff, and 451 cat owners; 12/12/2017.
†Based on “Stock Up” survey of 145 VOICE veterinarians; fielded 5/21/18 thru 6/5/2018.
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