i am not positive of the exact doseage and length of time to use paralixer for cats BUT since i discovered Paralixer about 3 months ago, i have used it on my 13 street rescue cats (swarming with parasites) with good results. From what I understand, a good rule of thumb is to use homeopathic and herbal remedies 2 weeks on, 1 week off. I'm not an expert but I have read this on many holistic illness cure type sites and I follow that rule.
1st APPLICATION: 2 WEEKS ON, 1 WEEK OFF, 2 WEEKS ON (THEN STOP)
REPEAT 2X OR 3X OR 4 X PER YEAR
With some cats, expect a little clear yellow/green vomit at first - the only cats of mine that vomit on the first day were the ones that were 10 year old street rescue cats that were probably the most parasitic; the others who are basically house cats have never vomited. I leave my cats out in their patio the day I first start it for the ones that might vomit. It's not a lot of vomit - just a little clear, yellow/green liquid. However, one of the street cats never vomited green/yellow stuff. It wasen't until the 2nd application for that one to finally vomit up what looked like really tiny white pin worms (not sure what it was but in my mind that is what it looked like, could've been some other type of parasite/worm, just really tiny and they were white--but the important thing is THEY WERE DEAD, so he was just ridding his body of them. If your cat vomits the first day make sure you do not touch the vomit and clean with bleach solution (i use Chlorox Clean-up which i mix with water in a spray bottle) and paper towels so you can throw away. AS WITH FECES DO NOT FLUSH DOWN YOUR TOILET, WHEN THE TOILET FLUSHES IT CAN RELEASE IT IN THE AIR WHERE US HUMAN SITE OUR BUTTS!
Deworming for outdoor cats is good to do 3x per year. For housecats, perhaps 1x or 2x depending on whether or not they eat low quality cat food (friskies loaded with parasites); if they eat high quality food, maxcat, new balance, Science diet or natural diet, perhaps 1x per year.
MULTIPLE CATS WITH LARGE WATER DISPENSER TYPE BOWLS: At the first 3 applications I used 3-4 dropper fulls because the cat water bowl is HUGE and is hooked up to a 5-gal water dispenser and there are 13 cats all partaking of it. But if you've only got one cat, 3-6 drops in their water bowl is sufficient, 3 for small cat 7 lbs. and under; and 6 drops for 7+ lbs (that is with a water bowl that holds 2 cups of water)
Hope this helps.
Keep in mind, my cats were pretty parasitic when I started and most of them had been living on the street for years.