I hope this post finds you all well. We finally got Ensie, my grandmother's
feral from NC diagnosed correctly. They weren't doing the fecal right at the
vets, and finally we got a fill-in vet who not only did the float, but also did
another procedure that I can't remember. I think
I've always used Flagyl tablets so have no experience with a liquid
or gell - course you've for a feral there, so you can't easily do
tablets and they taste bad ... anyhow you might talk to the druggist
about compounding it in chicken flavor or something?
Course if he/she is feral, how
Hi Gloria! Good to hear from you! Regarding your question about how I got
liquid down Ensie...she had never let anyone touch her until I brought her
home. I'd played with her with string for the five years before everytime I
went to see my grandma, but she never let me get too close. The
I am so very sorry about your precious little Frankie. What a loving person
you are to have given him the wonderful time with you that you did, even
knowing it might be brief. Prayers going out for soothing comfort for you.
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful
I'm so sorry to hear about your Chelsea. It must be very hard for you right
now, losing her so suddenly. Prayers going out for comfort for you.
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the
world - indeed it is the only thing that ever has!
I use flagyl tablets. Dissolve in a tiny (like drops off my fingertips) amount
of water. Then add pancake syrup or maple syrup. Shake well before each dose.
The aim is to make each dose about ½ cc of liquid.
Tuna does not work. Just makes it taste all the more bitter and acrid.
She's a lucky kitty - I had a Persian with a very small mouth -
couldn't get Flagyl or Albon down her to save me. Think I finally
On Nov 11, 2007, at 11:25 AM, wendy wrote:
Hi Gloria! Good to hear from you! Regarding your question about
how I got liquid down
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