I am pretty sure that the mixing directions call for 1 oz of concentrate added to 1 gallon of water. So one bottle should be enough for several dips for each cat (I use a gallon of dip on a 35 lb dog, and its plenty).
I use an old wash cloth to sponge in onto their ears, limbs, tail, and around their face, so no dip gets into their eyes/ear canals/nose/mouth - and all parts get a good soaking. Ideally, let them drip dry. If that isn't possible (my pets are in the house, so I don't want them running around soaking wet), I let them sit in a crate in the tub for 10-15 minutes before towel drying them.
This product works great to eliminate heavy flea burdens quickly. Once dipped, you can switch to a monthly topical or oral preventive (personally, I like Advantage best), as a much easier alternative to flea control (cats hate baths!)
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