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Old June 23rd, 2013, 08:37 PM
dmbassett0221 dmbassett0221 is offline
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Covenia experiences and opinions

My 12 year old cat Katy has a kidney infection. I took her to the vet two days ago and he did a urinalysis and said she would have to run a course of antibiotics. I have a few issues. She was also refusing to eat, this may be due to the infection or due to a stomach acid issue. With a light Round of mirtazipine and 1/4 tab of Pepcid AC every other day, I have her almost at 100% of her normal food intake. She is extremely hard to pill and I am going to be out of town for two weeks. This led my vet to suggest a covenia injection. She is scheduled to have it in a couple of days. In the meantime, I have been doing some Internet research (probably a bad idea) and now I am terrified. I am not sure what my other options are considering I will not be here to give ER daily medication and I know my cat sitter will not be able to pill her.

Does anyone have any experience with this drug or advice?
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