So, Owen's cat Momma is about 19 or so and I see her back legs are looking stiff and painful. I cannot give her anything by mouth. Is there something that I could put undetected into her food? Her appetite is good and she eats mostly canned. Has anyone found something for a feral cat?
in a capsul. Open the capsul, sprinkle the powder on wet food, mix and voila. It is tuna flavored and they don't even notice it. My Rainbow Angel Josie took it for years. Good luck. Oh, and it's over the counter, no vet needed.Author of Cat-House Sonnets, 100 poems celebrating cats.
My 21.5 year old gets Gabapentin compounded in chicken-flavoured "chew" form that I chop up and mix with his wet food. He doesn't notice it. But he is not feral, so it is easy for me to spread his dose out by mixing half in the morning, half in the evening.