March 2018 Issue

Avoid Common OTC Medicines

Be wary about giving your cat drugs made for humans, no matter what “Dr. Google” tells you to do

It can be tempting when your cat seems to feel just a “bit off”—maybe sniffling or a little sore—to use an over-the-counter (OTC) medication to give her some relief. Is this OK? The response of veterinary experts is a resounding “NO!”

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