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Old June 25th, 2011, 12:20 AM
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So glad you have an answer now, and Lily is on the way to better health . Pill Pockets are another option if she ever starts objecting to the meds. You can also have it compounded into a transdermal gel that you rub on the inside of her ear. But in the meantime that's great that she's going along with this. I have a cat that gets totally freaked out by any handling of his mouth. I vowed never to force anything down his throat again because it's too traumatic for all of us, so he gets about 8 supplements and meds mixed into his wet food. He's usually pretty good about taking stuff that way, thankfully.
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