Dogs are not the only pets affected by heartworm disease.
Cats and ferrets can also contract heartworm disease from mosquitoes.

A large study at Auburn University showed many cats who were once infected with heartworm disease now have asthma.  Asthma in cats is fairly common and could be prevented by keeping your cat on monthly heartworm prevention.

Indoor cats and ferrets are the most susceptible to heartworm disease because infected mosquitoes prefer an ambient temperature around 72 degrees which is similar to the temperature inside your home.  Help protect cats and ferrets by applying Revolution monthly to prevent heartworm infection.

Unfortunately there is no treatment for heartworm infected cats and ferrets, there is only preventative medicine. If your cat or ferret becomes permanently infected, this may cause heart failure and death.

Get your cat tested today for heartworm.
Special savings this July only, your cost $17* (regularly $42.50) while supplies last!
There is no current reliable test for ferrets at this time.

Save up to $35 on a one year supply of Revolution!

*Must be current on Preventative Care Exam