Healthy cat,


Ground-breaking, effective parasite protection

BROADLINE is the only all-in-one parasite treatment for cats that kills fleas, ticks, roundworms and tapeworms. No-scratch, no-pill, just a gentle, easy to use topical application.

BROADLINE has a unique formulation. Extensive scientific research and development has resulted in a unique and effective combination of four active ingredients. This means your cat is provided with the most comprehensive protection against both internal and external parasites.

So Gentle


BROADLINE is so gentle you can treat
kittens as young as just 8 weeks old

which pack for my cat?

95% of the flea
problem goes

Adult fleas are only 5% of the problem. Cats pick up new fleas that come from larvae, pupae and eggs in their environment including carpets, furniture and bedding around the home.

BROADLINE kills not only the adult fleas on your cat but contains an insect growth regulator to kill eggs and larvae, breaking the flea life cycle at every stage. This strategy of integrated flea control is highly effective and has a significant impact on flea populations by reducing the re-emergence of fleas in the home.

Fast acting on fleas ALL THE TIME. Not just at the start.

Full spectrum worm protection

  • Roundworms

    Roundworms are common, particularly in young cats, causing poor growth and diarrhoea. Eggs can survive for years in the environment. Roundworms are a zoonotic risk particularly for children.

  • Hookworms

    Hookworms can cause anaemia or digestive upsets in your cat. Infection occurs through ingestion of larvae or penetration of the skin. Hookworms are also a zoonotic parasite for humans.

  • Tapeworms

    Tapeworms are common in cats in New Zealand and are transmitted through the ingestion of infected fleas or rodents. Tapeworms are a potential zoonosis for children if they ingest infected fleas.

  • Lungworms

    Lungworms can cause mild coughing through to sever respiratory problems and even death. Cats become infected through eating prey such as birds, rodents and lizards. Cats that have access to the outdoors are at higher risk.

Frequently asked questions



BROADLINE is an easy to use, topical spot-on product that provides broad spectrum activity against both external and internal parasites, for cats and kittens starting at 8 weeks of age and weighing 0.8kg or more.

How does BROADLINE work?

Extensive scientific research and development have resulted in a unique and effective combination of four active ingredients controlling both external and internal parasites. Fipronil and (S)-methopreneare distributed over the skin and stored in the oils of the skin and hair coat for long-lasting effect against fleas and ticks. Eprinomectin and praziquantel are absorbed across the skin for effective control of roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms.

Why should I choose BROADLINE?

BROADLINE is the only flea and tick control product for cats that kills roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms in one easy to use topical applicator.

How does BROADLINE kill fleas?

BROADLINE contains two active ingredients to provide integrated flea control. Fipronil kills adult fleas while the insect growth regulator, (S)-methoprene, controls eggs, larvae and pupae, breaking the flea life cycle at every stage.

How long does it take BROADLINE to kill fleas?

BROADLINE will kill newly acquired fleas on your catwithin 8-24 hours

How do I apply BROADLINE?

To apply BROADLINE pull back the plunger slightly, remove the cap, place the tip of the applicator on the skin.Apply the contents directly on the skin in one spot on the midline of the neck between the base of the skull and the shoulder blades. Refer to the label insert before use.

How old does my kitten need to be in order to have BROADLINE?

BROADLINE spot-on solution for cats 0.3mL can be used on kittens 8 weeks of age or older and weighing 0.8kg or more.

What is the weight range for BROADLINE?

BROADLINE is available in two treatment volumes as single dose treatments. A volume of 0.3mL is for kittens and small cats 0.8-2.4kg and 0.9mL for cats 2.5-7.4kg. Cats 7.5kg or more must be given the appropriate combination of treatment volumes. Refer to the label insert for guidance.

Can I split one applicator of BROADLINE to treat two cats?

No. For accurate treatment, the correct dose should be applied as one full applicator.

Why does the BROADLINE applicator look like a syringe?

Several devices were tested to find the optimal device to deliver BROADLINE. The applicator was demonstrated to be the best solution for the stability of the product, ease of use by cat owners and clear visibility ensuring complete and accurate dosing.

How often should I treat with BROADLINE?

BROADLINE can be used as part of as seasonal deworming programme or routinely every 4-6 weeks for both external and internal parasite control.

Should I give my cat a worm pill at the same time as BROADLINE?

No.  BROADLINE is effective against roundworms, hookworms and tapeworms and therefore co-administration of an oral worm pill is not needed

What happens if my cat licks where I applied BROADLINE?

If licking occurs shortly after application a brief period of hyper-salivation may occur due to the taste of the excipients in the product.

Is BROADLINE safe to use on any breed of cat?

BROADLINE is safe and effective in any breed of cat starting at 8 weeks of age and weighing 0.8kg or more.