This article helps to show you In 3 Simple Steps How To Give Your Cat A Pill without Getting scratched and Bitten? Okay! so, your vet has given you some pills that you need to get in your cat but, you think how in the world are you going to do it?
Simple Steps How To Give Your Cat A Pill?
You almost try everything and in return, you get scratching and biting. At this sometimes owners fighting with a cat on frustration, you don’t want to do any of this, its totally understandable because most of the owners suffer from this.
I know after reading this you’re going to be successful.
Things You Need
Now, this is what (the above image) you have. You have your pill right, now do you have these, you may not, you have to ask for these from your veterinarian.
This is a rural syringe that I’ve just loaded with some water.
This is your secret weapon right, here this is a pill popper. There are different kinds of pill poppers. This one happens to be my favorite because it has a rubberized tip.
you’ll see here, in the end, it comes apart where we’re going to insert our pill just like the above image. Now they make ones that have just a plastic hard tip and those can be useful for larger breed dogs but I like this for my cats.
I like the rubberized tip so we’re going to load our pill into the pill pocket. This is going to be your best-kept secret is having this pill popper and then we’re also going to use the oral syringe with water just to make sure our cat gets the pills down her throat.
Okay! So you can ask your veterinarian to provide you with an oral syringe and a pill popper.
3 Simple Steps To Give Your Cat a Pill Without Getting Scratched
1. Sit On Your Feet Behind Your Cat
You want to get behind your cat like as the above image, the person on the above image sitting on her feet so that cat can’t back out behind her.
2. Close Her Eyes From The Back And Try To Open Her Mouth
Take Your Hand Over Her Eyes and Try her mouth open from the back part of her jaw. The above image describes it well.
You had to get the pill popper all the way down in the back for throat and push the depressor right, on the pill popper to get it out of the popper.
Now she’s taken the pill and I know she’s taken the pill because she didn’t spit it out.
3. Give Her Water From Oral Syringe
Give her water from an oral syringe to make sure that the pill went down her throat.
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