Update by user Mar 01, 2013
To those saying it is only for dogs, I bought this from my VET. She gave me two doses for my cats and one for my dog.
The cats doses are marked FOR CATS. They are different colors.
Come on, I was upset because my 15 year old cat was in distress, but I know how to read. This also ain't my first 15 year old cat, I've been to a few rodeos.
Update by user Feb 28, 2013
I am not perfect but I'm no liar, either. I did what most people suggested and washed the Vectra off my cat with warm water and a dot of Dawn liquid.
I also TOOK HER TO THE VET! He confirmed her peeing issue was because of a urinary tract infection, NOT the Vectra. He could not say why she lost her appetite suddenly and for so many days, but I am happy to say she is living to sing another day.
Will I use Vectra 3D again? Probably not on her.
Original review posted by user Feb 17, 2013
Fleas have been such an issue in the South last few years. My dog is suffering worse of all, so I went to vet 10 days ago to get flea control meds.
I have 2 cats, age 5 & 15, and a dog, age 8. My 15 year old cat is now DYING BECAUSE OF VECTRA 3D! I gave it to her 10 days ago, in 2 days, I noticed her peeing on the bed and crying like it hurt her. This had NEVER happened before.
I quickly washed the area where I had applied the meds. She has not eaten now for 3 days. She has stopped meowing (Morticia has always been a singer). My 5 year old cat seems fine after treatment.
But I am about to lose my cat because I gave her flea medicine. Maybe it's a good product for a small population of cats, but it should NOT be used on older cats, AT ALL!
My cat is dying because of this product. I tried to contact Vectra's customer service, got a voice mail, cannot find an email to contact.
Product or Service Mentioned: Ceva Animal Health Flea Control.