I have two 14 1/2 year old Siamese cats from the same litter. I cannot believe how much these cats puke and all tests are negative. The vet gave me Cernia to use after Reglan has failed to keep it under control. I have tried many things including Benadryl, cisipride, dramamine, pepcid, and others I can't remember. Can cats safely take Cernia long term?
hi and welcome, you ask a good question. I have found this veterinary website thats lists cernia for 'dogs' only.....so I'm not sure on the safety of using this for cats????
I would ask this question on our site that has a visiting Veterinarian and see what she recommends...but first here is the link to drugs.com
and here is the site to ask our Medhelp Vet..she is holistic and could perhaps give you some other options...good luck.
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