That sounds like good news to me. Try not to live in tomorrow. It robs you of today.
On Feb 25, 2008, at 2:52 PM, Lynne wrote:

I forgot to ask him about that yesterday, but he showed us again how to do it and last night and this morning we managed to get his pills down with no problem. He's not a spitter. Once they're down they're down. He's on something called Zeniquin 25 mg one half tablet a day and Furosemide 20 one half tablet twice a day. No more liquid food for him. That causes more stress than the pills. I'm sure since it's in an oily base it sticks in the throat and the taste is hard to get rid of. We should have his culture and cytology report back tomorrow which as usual will be bad news I'm sure. We haven't had one tidbit of good news yet but I don't even care. He was happy when I got up this morning and happy to see me when I got home from work. And Bob says he's eaten like a horse today. He ate a large amount just now so that's always a good thing. He's drinking his water too which is good since he's on the diuretic.
----- Original Message -----
From: Dorothy Noble
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Monday, February 25, 2008 3:25 AM
Subject: pill gun again

Hey Lynne -
The pill gun I got came from the vet and it was only 5 bucks. They are really slick and the pill fits right into the end. Maybe you could ask your vet if they have any?



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