Re: It can be done, and I have done it
- From: Stuart Lamble <7d6-1-10@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2006 00:02:29 GMT
On 2006-01-15, Peter Corlett <abuse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Menno <flexor@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Has anyone in this august group any experience with the method of
>> grinding up the medicine, mixing it with butter and smearing it on
>> their paws for them to lick off?
> All you'll have there is an angry greased cat. About the only thing
> that'll make more mess is half an angry greased cat.
I am reminded of the time I had to feed the cat some Catlax. The vet
advised smearing it on her (as in the cat's) paws, such that the cat
would lick it off.
I did so. Unfortunately, I didn't quite manage to smear it deeply
enough: the cat sat on her haunches, and started flicking her paw. Flick
.... flick ... flick ... and the catlax goes flying across the room.
When I managed to catch the cat a second time to medicate her, I was a
little more thorough in my smearing. She licked it off. I vowed not to
do that again (and haven't had to yet... the joys of moving out of the
parents' home and not owning your own cat.)
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