Giving a Kitty Medication?

Does anyone know how to administer cat oral medication to a very uncooperative cat? I have tried the back corner of her mouth and all I get is claw marks from very self manicured sharp claws?


By Tanya Johnson from P. R., MN

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June 25, 20120 found this helpful
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Are you coming at him/her from behind? That's how I have to do it. Also, put on a coat or something that will protect your arms from attack. Hold the front legs with one hand and squirt with the other. If it's too much, try putting it in the food. My cat liked it mixed with vanilla yogurt. Don't give too much; just a couple of spoonfuls, since yogurt can lead to runny bowel movements.


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June 25, 20120 found this helpful

I would try mixing it up with some canned tuna fish.


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