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Nov 12, 2008


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Dana Ames

We had a hyperthyroid older male cat. I gave him his tapazole every morning, and he let me. He lived to age 15.

It's good of pharmacies to give people a break like this.

The things we do for our pets! We have switched our current geriatric cat (though she doesn't act aged) to wet food because she has a stomach problem Of course, she likes only one type of food, one of the more expensive ones...


Michael W. Kruse

Isaac has the opposite of a hyperthyroid but just like your kitty, he patiently lets me shove a pill down his throat twice a day.

Isaac still wants his crunchies. The big change we've noticed is that in the past he used to go in the kitchen and jump up on the counters when he thought we weren't watching. Now he just goes in and looks at the counters. Too much trouble to jump that high now.

"The things we do for our pets!"

Amen. :-)

Michael W. Kruse

I see I messed up on this post. Isaac is going 17 not 7. Just needed to get the facts straight.

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