45078Re: [FH] plan for an emergency...
- May 3, 2012Great advice. My vet also told me that I could give Tigger a double dose of the atenolol before any really stressful event. It is not a sedative, but helps with the heart rhythm. But I wouldn't do this unless my vet approved -- so check with yours ahead of time.
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From: Jim Sinclair
To: Joanne Haeussinger
Cc: joeychloe ; firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Thursday, May 03, 2012 2:03 PM
Subject: Re: [FH] plan for an emergency...
On Wed, May 2, 2012 at 12:22 AM, Joanne Haeussinger <chmiss01@...> wrote:
> I even put Feliway in her carrier. Do any of you have cats that get super nervous when going to the vet, and if so, how do you stop them from having such a reaction?
My Buttercup was like that. She would invariably pant, drool, and
vomit when taken anywhere in the vehicle. Vets always thought she was
acutely ill even when I just took her for routine checkups and
I eventually learned to spray Feliway on a pad and put it into her
carrier at least half an hour before I put the cat into the carrier
and took her into the vehicle. That 30-60 minutes seemed to make a
huge difference in the effectiveness of the Feliway, so she was
finally able to travel without panic and puking.
Jim Sinclair jisincla@...
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