Back to the good life.

Back to the good life.

Help your cat break the itch-scratch-lick cycle with Atopica® for Cats (cyclosporine oral solution) USP MODIFIED.
Atopica for Cats helps relieve itching so the cat can enjoy pets from its owner.

Why choose Atopica® for Cats?

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Targeted
Atopica® for Cats targets the source of the itch
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Long-term
Long-term relief without steroids1
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Easy
Easy to give
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Trusted
Trusted by veterinarians for over 10 years

Award-winning, trusted relief

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Atopica® for Cats package

Award-winning, trusted relief

Atopica® for Cats is the first and only FDA-approved product for feline allergic dermatitis. It’s highly rated by cat owners2 and was named the winner of the Easy to Give Award by International Cat Care in 2012.

Easy to administer

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Easy to administer

  • Mix in with food or apply directly in the mouth just after feeding.
  • Your vet may decrease dosing once your cat is feeling better.
  • Over 80% of cats can be dosed every other day or less after the initial eight weeks of treatment.

Help your cat break the itch-scratch-lick cycle with Atopica® for Cats

What is allergic dermatitis?

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What is allergic dermatitis?

Allergic dermatitis is an extreme irritation of your cat’s skin caused by sensitivity to allergens in the environment.

A painful cycle

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The itch-scratch-lick cycle.

A painful cycle

Allergic dermatitis makes your cat itch, scratch, lick and even chew its skin. This leads to red spots, crusty sores and hair loss, which cause even more irritation.

Top questions about Atopica® for Cats

What’s the dosing per day?

Administer veterinary-prescribed volume by mouth once daily directly on a small amount of food or orally just after feeding.

Does Atopica for Cats have any side effects?

Loss of appetite, weight loss, vomiting and/or diarrhea may be seen. Call your veterinarian to report these or any other concern you may have.

If my cat has side effects, should I stop treatment?

Decisions regarding dose alterations should be made in conjunction with a veterinary consultation.

When will I see results?

Improvement can be seen as early as 4-6 weeks.