Cat Care & Sick Cats : Over-the-Counter Medicine For Cats

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Self-diagnosing cats is never a good idea, so a veterinarian should be consulted before buying over-the-counter medicine. Discover how to use over-the-counter medicine for cats with tips from a cat behaviorist in this free video on cat care.

Expert: Diana Korten
Bio: Diana Korten is certified in Pet First Aid by the American Red Cross, and is a member of The National Association of Pet Sitting Professionals and The Cat Writer’s Association.
Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge


F1RE2WATER says:

wow, he really didn’t like that pill

HotCoco62 says:

ur cats overwieght luv

bandibreath says:

Poor Benj. My cat is skittish about taking pills and stuff. Need to wrap it
in pill pocket so he will eat it. He isn’t feeling so hot right now due to
sniffles. gave him a little med for that. Hopefully he’ll be feeling fine.
Now to try to get his flea and tick medicine (revolution) on him. Now
that’s an ordeal!

Oliver Laing says:

when you’re de worming for tapeworms how many doses are necessary? have to
do it. say for instance once a day for 5days or what?? not sure please
lmk?? or is it just one time until 6months. i really like the video. how is

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