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by storm riderProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: Critter Corner
You are so nice to your special kitty. 12 is only middle aged for a cat, so she can probably cope, especially since you are taking such good care of her and are trying to relieve her stress. Have you tried catnip to get her to come out from under the b...
by Tri-Colored PawsProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: Critter Corner
Sorry to hear your furry friend is having trouble with moving. Change is hard on some animals AND people. Do the best you can. Be patient. Be very loving. I'm sure you are but wanted to give you a little extra support. I had a cat that got depressed. B...
by DragonDsProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: Critter Corner
She gets really weird with catnip, she is quite a mean drunk! She didn't come out all night so this morning I finally moved the bed and pulled her out. She is now sitting cuddled next to me. She finally got her first dose of medicine. It can take 5 day...
by RavenProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: Critter Corner
Hopefully it will work sooner than later.
by RavenWolfProfileContactLogbookNote
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Tuna. Use tuna. I have a cat that has been on meds her whole life, so she takes pills pretty well. But recently we have had to put her on interferon - which has to be mixed in saline, so it is really salty, and we were having a heck of a time getting h...
by DragonDsProfileContactLogbookNote
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Have you used the Rescue Remedy? We have two other cats who might benefit from a mild sedative during the move. I'm not as worried about them, they are not quite as neurotic as Boba.
by Team Awesome PantsProfileContactLogbookNote
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Your story made me think of the time long ago when we had a family picture taken with our cat, Cleveland. He got out somehow before time and got in the photographer's laundry room (home studio) and got himself stuck behind the dryer. In the picture t...
by RavenWolfProfileContactLogbookNote
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I have used Rescue Remedy on my cats. It just kinda chills them out, and I didn't have to go to the vet to get 'kitty downers' for the 4th of July! Good luck with the move. I live in the Denver area - so hopefully we'll get a chance to swap stories in...
by judithandsparkyProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: Critter Corner
I wish they had Rescue Remedy for humans. I could use a little right now. Oh, I know! It's called Jack Daniels! And you get it at that special store!
by BaqashProfileContactLogbookNote
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actually humans can use rescue remedy it is sold in our local "health food store" with the other specialty supplements
by KatyProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: Critter Corner
I wish they had Rescue Remedy for humans. I could use a little right now. You can use it. I buy mine at the health food store and have used it on myself as well as the dogs. It is awesome. I used it when I was defending my dissertation - it just too...
by The Gillespie TribeProfileContactLogbookNote
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When you buy the Rescue Remedy, do you buy the one for humans and give it to your pets or do you buy the one specifically for pets for your pets and the human one for you? I ask because frequently they are the same thing just in different packaging and...
by KatyProfileContactLogbookNote
Board: Critter Corner
Honestly, I didn't even know they had one specifically for pets. I just get the human one, the tincture that you administer via a dropper, rather than the mist. When I'm gone for long periods of time, I have the dog sitter add drops to the water and...