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      Wednesday, July 02, 2008

12:53 PM - 07/02/2008

The topic: Drugs


The calcitriol got here this morning, around ten, on an ice pack. 

I opened it and isn’t this sweet?  They sent a cat toy.  A wand with a mousie at the end, a mousie that rattled.

I had trouble opening the meds, but finally got the lid off (push down and turn, how hard could that be?).  I pulled out the .25ml into the syringe, woke Ollie up, let him sniff the syringe and put it in his mouth and pushed on the plunger.

Oooo, he likes that stuff!  He wanted MORE! 

Wow, a cat who wants his meds.  Compounding?  Compounding good.

We have a pharmacy here that also does compounding.  Steve Quisenberry is the third or fourth generation to own the pharmacy.  He mixed thyroid medication with tuna juice for my Jaxom when he was sick, and since he hadn’t done that before, he did it for no charge.  Even though I had filled the prescription at another pharmacy.

He really enjoys the compounding, especially since there are so many special needs for this service.

Posted by May Ellen @ Thursday, July 03, 2008 - 8:17:34 AM

A pet who LIKES his meds???
Shhh!! Not so loud, or everyone will want one!!!  smile

P.S. - how does Ollie like the toy?

Posted by Mary @ Friday, July 04, 2008 - 6:01:14 PM

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