The liquids were worse than the pills. I need you to please prescribe Twitch's meds in transdermal form. He also needs some sort of gas medicine. His stomach is puffy from gas and I constantly hear noises from his belly. I think it makes him uncomfortable. I'm willing to accept any risks due to the meds being transdermal form.
Here are details if you want them. If you are willing to call in the scripts, there's no need to read further.
I gave Twitch the liquid forms of his medicines on Saturday. He accepted them fine, but they foamed in his mouth. They combined with his saliva and formed a sticky slimy goo of much more volume than the medicine. He spent ten minutes spitting it up with much difficulty. I believe the experience upset him because he next shit on me, something he has never done before. I patiently gave us both a bath. Just as I finished putting all clean linen on the bed, which got soiled as well, he pissed all over my two down pillows, down comforter and sheets. I spent half an hour screaming at him, then intermittently for the next two hours. Now for first time in over ten years, he is not allowed in the bedroom, which has the effect of excluding my other cat as well. It has rather affected our relationship as well.
To summarize, I tried the liquid and it has had the worst possible results.
Luckily, the Clorambucil has never been a problem, probably because it is a small round pill with a coating. I will continue it. I will not give him any other medicines again except in transdermal form. Consequently, he has missed his prednisolone today.
Please call in the transdermal prescriptions as early as possible Monday so I can pick them up and resume his medications. It is a one hour drive to the pharmacy each way, by the way, traffic is dense and the pharmacist will have many orders ahead of us, so calling the scripts in as early as possible would help us greatly.
I am willing to accept whatever risks transdermal meds present. Send me a waiver form if you wish, but as you probably know, your liability extends only to the the value of Twitch as property. Although I am a lawyer, I'm not an expert on the value of cats. I'll still venture o say that as a 13+ year, random bred stray cat with cancer, that now shits and misses all over, Twitch's market value is roundabout nothing. I love him though.
To conclude, before I started giving Twitch medicines every day we were loving best friends. Now he's been screamed at for the first time ever, my other cat is terrorized and my house is hardly fit for human habitation. It would be better to let nature take its course than to continue as we are. However, transdermal meds seem to present a way for me to avoid killing my cat. So I'd like to try them. I hope you agree.
Please call in the script for the four current meds and a gas medicine all in transdermal form. Thank you.Pin It Now!