If your cat came into contact with Pistal, make sure to immediately give your pet a lukewarm bath with bit of dish soap or a grease-cutting cleanser. Carefully towel-dry your pet to prevent heat loss. Take it to the vet for evaluation and further treatment. Possible symptoms include shivering and convulsions, but your cat may have suffered damage at this point already. Some cats need to be bathed more than once. Has your pet been exposed orally to pyrethrins? In that case, don’t bathe it: take it to the vet as soon as possible for evaluation and further treatment.
What if I accidentally spray Pistal on my cat?
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