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Feature May 2016 Issue

How Compounding Medication Works for Cats

If your cat is particularly adverse to pills, a good compounding pharmacy may be able to produce the same drug in a liquid form.

How Compounding Medication Works for Cats

Despite some drawbacks, the results are typically beneficial to cats and their owners. Hereís when a compounded medication can be appropriate.

Thanks to progress in veterinary health research, a vast array of medicines are readily available today for the treatment of many feline diseases and behavioral disorders. Many of these medications can be administered only by veterinarians or qualified technicians in animal clinics or hospitals, while others can be administered at home by a catís owner.

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