I am sorry this happened. Lily mot definitely has a sensitivity to insecticide so I would never again use such product on her.
It is good you washed it off but because it is absorbed through the skin it can take a few days to completely leave her bloodstream
Feed her as much food as she will eat to dilute the product in her blood.
In addition, add one quarter of a 4 mg chlortrimeten to a tablespoon of baby food chicken or turkey with no onion or garlic.
Give it every 24 hours. It is very tiny so she will not detect it
Any of these are also acceptable:
Benadryl at a dose of 1/2 of a 25 mg tablet given twice daily or
Chlorpheniramine at a dose of 2-4 mg twice a day or
Claritin (Loratadine) at a dose of 2.5-5 mg/cat or
Zyrtec (cetirizine) 5 mg once or twice a day
It is important to ensure that the formulations used contain ONLY the antihistamine and are not combination products (e.g. Claritin-D contains pseudoephedrine, which could cause very significant adverse effects in a cat).
For natural, safe flea control use skin so soft by Avon.
Diatomaceous earth or fleabusters RX powder.
Get it at a garden shop or online:
Please let me know how Lily is doing.
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