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January 01, 2014

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kay

Does your cat eat soft food? I mix canned food with a bit of water (I call it cat pudding) and put 1/2 the pill in there - it dissolves in about 5 minutes and my cat never notices. He is 18 and has been taking thyroid meds for 3 years.

Dame Eleanor Hull

At my house, we swear by these:
http://www.thecatconnection.com/cat/Pet-Piller.html

Miriam

Not only does Dizzy refuse to eat soft food, he refuses to eat tuna fish. I've told him more than once that he has flunked basic cat.

nbm

How will the garage help?

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