Not all cats respond well to topical medications and most do not respond well to medicated baths. If this describes your cat, oral flea and tick medications may be a wise choice.
Oral flea and tick medications for your cat save you the mess of topical application and the worry of a topical medication washing off in the bath. Liquid medications can be poured on food while chewables and pills can be taken with food (and monthly heartworm medication).
As always, consult with your veterinarian before giving your cat a new medication, especially if the cat is young.
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