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    I thought you had to remove flea dirt yourself, that frontline just kills the fleas and any future ones.

    I think once its dry its safe, or I always thought that was the case when using it on dogs, because the dog one is toxic to cats. I think theyhave to physically be close touching/licking the area for it to be a worry. I've used it on and off for years and never found it dripped anywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rachylou View Post
    How sure are you?
    Couldn't be any more positive. Publications from the vet directorate and the pharmaceutical industry are usually robust. The safety margin of Frontline is HUGE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rachylou View Post
    I just had a major panic!
    In the kitchen/Lounge there was a drop of something 'wet' on the floor and immediatly my brain said it was a drop of frontline and it gt on my foot.
    But realisticaly how could it have been a drop of frontline because it was applied at 3pm ish yesterday it would ahve been dry by now even if it had got on to the floor, right?
    It's in an alcohol base. Would evaporate very quickly.

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    So anything wet now is not frontline?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rachylou View Post
    So anything wet now is not frontline?
    Not from yesterday afternoon, no.

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    It was only out yesterday afternoon, so it could not be that could it?

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    If the frontline was applied over 48hrs ago now, would it be any problem if I cuddle Simba the cat then cudfle up to Jimby and Cookie?
    Is there any way that the frontline could now poison my babies?

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    No, your bunnies are perfectly safe. As soon as the Frontline is dry (a matter of hours at most) it will do no harm.

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    Obviously I wont do this but if I were to let the buns lick Simba would that still be safe?

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    From the frontline (as long as it was dry) then yes....from the wrath of the cat after the same of being groomed by a rabbit.....who can say?!

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