Dear all

Has anyone ever used a kitty "Prozac" such as fluoxetine? One of my
co-workers whose cat has always been a sprayer--and she's had him for
YEARS, kudos to her---was thrilled when 1/2 tab fluoxetine daily fixed
the behavior almost immediately. Unfortunately he began foaming at the
mouth at the same time, so she stopped using it after a few days.

Does anyone have any experience in using an alternative "prozac" that
worked for spraying without causing foaming or other adverse
side-effects. She says she's going to the vet to ask about a different
one after she returns from vacation, and I thought I'd try picking your
brains before she went. I think it's wonderful that--unlike so many
people--she's committed to her cat despite his spraying.

I have a sprayer too, but he's feral, so there's nothing I can use (he's
not into any sort of treat on a regular basis, and he turned his nose up
at Pillpockets) apart from a dividing line between him and the cause of
his behavior, my other cats. He has his own loyal buddy, a female,
Momcat, so he's pretty content on the whole, I think.

Anyway, thanks for any other "prozac" ideas!



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