Because Every Cat Needs Parasite Protection

The most prescribed medicine for feline parasite protection.1

Did you know itty bitty invaders can come indoors by grasping to your clothes or clinging to your shoes? Revolution Plus protects your cat inside and out against fleas, ticks, ear mites, roundworms, hookworms, and heartworm disease.

Veterinarians' number one choice for cats

Why does your cat need Revolution Plus?

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Box and one dose of Revolution Plus.

Pest Protection Both Indoor and Outdoor Cats Need

  • One application a month can help protect your cat from the most common parasites.
  • Revolution Plus is a simple-to-apply, quick-drying, small-volume, monthly topical solution.
  • Provides dual action against fleas by combining the power of selamectin and sarolaner.
  • Safe for cats and kittens as young as 8 weeks of age, weighing 2.8 lbs or more.

Protect Your Cat From Sneaky Pests

Parasites are not “outdoor-only.” Any cat or kitten can regularly come in contact with harmful pests. Parasites hitchhike indoors on other pets and creatures, on your shoes and clothes, or through doors and windows.

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Frequently Asked Questions

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION: See Prescribing Information. The safe use of Revolution Plus has not been established in kittens less than 8 weeks old or in breeding, pregnant or lactating cats. Reported side effects in clinical trials included lethargy and anorexia. Use with caution in cats with a history of neurologic disorders. Sarolaner, one of the ingredients in Revolution Plus, is a member of the isoxazoline class, which has been associated with adverse reactions such as tremors, ataxia, and seizures. Reactions have occurred in cats with or without a history of neurologic disorders. In humans, Revolution Plus may be irritating to skin and eyes. 

Revolution Plus is a simple-to-apply, quick-drying, small-volume, monthly topical solution that protects against fleas (Ctenocephalides felis), ticks (black-legged or deer tick [Ixodes scapularis], Gulf Coast tick [Amblyomma maculatum] and American dog tick [Dermacentor variabilis]), ear mites (Otodectes cynotis), roundworms (Toxocara cati), hookworms (Ancylostoma tubaeforme), and heartworms (Dirofilaria immitis) for cats and kittens as young as 8 weeks of age and weighing 2.8 pounds or greater.

References:

  1. Vetstreet FTH Projection February 2021. Canine and Feline Flea, Tick, Heartworm Market Share. February 2021. Data on file. Zoetis Inc.
  2. Cat Owners – Fleas. Companion Animal Parasite Council. Available at: https://www.pets and parasites.org/cat-owners/fleas/. Access Spetember 2018.
  3. Revolution Plus (selamectin and sarolaner topical solution) [package insert]. Zoetis Inc. Kalamazoo, MI. Novemebr 2018.
  4. Cat Owners – Ticks. Companion animal Parasite Council. Available at: https://www.petsandparasites.org/cat-owners/ticks/. Accessed September 2018.
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  6. Zoetis Data on File, Study Report A186C-US-14-100, 2014.
  7. Zoetis Data on File, Study Report A186C-US-14-106, 2014.
  8. Zoetis Data on File, Study Report A186C-US-14-098, 2014.
  9. Ticks—Cat. Companion Animal Parasite Council. Available at: https://www.capcvet.org/guidelines/ticks/. Accessed September 2018.
  10. Gastrointestinal parasites of cats. Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Available at: https://www.vet.cornell.edu/departments-centers-and-institutes/cornell feline-health-center/health-information/feline-health-topics/gastrointestinal-parasites-cats-brochure. Accessed June 2018.
  11. Cat Owners – Roundworms. Companion Animal Parasite Council. Available at: https://www.petsandparasites.org/cat-owners/roundworms/. Accessed September 2018
  12. Zoetis Data on File, Study Report A181C-US-15-166, 2017.
  13. Cat Owners – Hookworms. Companion Animal Parasite Council. Available at: https://www.petsandparasites.org/cat-owners/hookworms/. Accessed September 2018.
  14. Atkins CE, DeFrancesco TC, Coats JR, Sidley JA, Keene BW. Heartworm infection in cats: 50 cases (1985-1997). J Am Vet Med Assoc. 2000:217(3):355-358.
  15. Cat Owners – Heartworms. Companion Animal Parasite Council. Available at: https://www.petsandparasites.org/cat-owners/heartworms/. Accessed September 2018.
  16. Heartworm in cats. American Heartworm Society. Available at: https://www.heartwormssociety.org/heartworms-in-cats. Accessed June 2018.

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