It is a drop instead of a pill. The pill was the original med they put him on. The old one was Trifexis Brown for 60 to 120 #. The new one is a drop Advantage Multo Blue 55 1 to 88 #. is c
His vet is completely opposed to Heartguard. Which the SPCA had him on from the time I found him. There is no SPCA here it is the ASPCA - I need a car to get to the local office to see if they have a clinic like the SPCA in Dallas did. Also they offered Sr discounts.
The original pill costs $250 for 12. But this drop is now costs $340 for a years worth. I think she is taking advantage by being the only vet under an hours drive in the area.
I am not happy with either but until I have my car running I am stuck. Now a car is urgent before March 2020. Not just to get Charlie to the vet, but to get to me to MN.
Change of subject. This morning I had to stop putting out Chance's left over seed as it is drawing the doves.
There was a large mouse - at least by my critter book photos it was a mouse - sitting on the bird feeder where I put Chance's leftover seeds.
Chance is very picky so he leaves all the small seeds and only eats fruit and sunflower. If he eats anything else from the seed mix I can't figure out which one. Parrot seed is always a mix for big parrots. Even the "Amazon Bird" mix has junk food mixed in.
When I moved and had to find a new feed - it took buying multiple brands before finding the one he liked best. Even the feed on Chewy presents me with few choices for him.
Anyway, seeing the Mouse I decided to stop putting out back Chances leftover seeds. I also removed the larger feeder. The fact that yesterday I had a flock of close to 20 doves in my back yard decided me.
At least they don't live in my trees but all around the neighborhood. Whew!
All I left out back are the two feeder cups under the umbrella and the thin small bird tower feeder.
Plus I have been scooping up all the seed from the under the feeders that a number of birds toss out when digging for their faves.
It's now being tossed on the driveway for the Sparrows, and the Inca doves which are ground feeders - both are a joy to watch. They usually feed sporadically. If I am outside the Inca Doves don't mind me as long as I am not on the phone. The Sparrows take flight when a car goes by or I cross my legs.
It looks like the weather is changing for I found Soli sleeping on my bed when I woke this morning. Plus Mussy was sleeping on the top shelf of the cat tree in the front room while Kitty sleeps on the fluffy mat by the shower door.
I dug out Chances cage heater when I moved him way from the window. It's ready to be hung by his fave spot. Plus he will be nearer the heater in the kitchen.
I also created spaces for my two large trees inside the house. Also I have a huge leafy plant that I found a spot for - if the cats don't start chewing on it. I may have to put it in the library if they do.
The hummer pair is still hanging out with me when I have my DFT on the front porch. They don't mind me at all.
Also tomorrow I need to make a decision as to what dog food I want to settle on for Charlie.
Seems that a lot of critter decisions are coming to the forefront of my day. LOL I have to say - If it's not one thing it's another.
Have a great October.
PS Temps should drop into the 60 & 70's next Monday, which means not only am I prepared - but I think my critters are also. 8-)
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