> this is an exceptionally expensive way to give a cat its lysine.
> the usually recommended dosage is between 250 and 1000 mg/day; there is
> currently ongoing research being done to come up with the absolutely
> accurate dosage in cats.
> but you can just go on-line, or to your nearest health food store, and buy
> the pure, unadulterated, unflavored l-lysine powder by the pound. NOW brand
> is a well-known, good one, tho i'm sure there are others. buying it this
> way, or in capsules just validates a packaging-mad wasteful, oh, never mind.
> save your money and spend in on something the cats really will
> appreciate--like high-quality treats.
> MC
> On Fri, Mar 6, 2009 at 9:41 PM, <dlg...@windstream.net> wrote:
>> on the L-Lysine, my vet ordered an oral paste for me.  no one is sick
>> right now,
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