She got "RONVAC" first dosis (triplice viral- lab Vencofarma - guess its national product) and DEFENSOR (Pfizer lab) for rabies tomorrow morning.
Kittens had had RABISIN ( by MERIAL, for rabies ) instead at the proper time.
Does anybody here knows those ones for rabies? Are they equal?
Loreena was a very good girl and except for some claims by the moment we leave,we made all the way quietly.
Since she ate and caught an insect when we retuned home I assume she's fine, just hope she wont take rain cos her immunity can be somehow lower now
My arms are not aching - after 2 alternate days transporting cats carriers .Guess I'm getting muscular development due my new sportive practice "HALTEROCATISM"
It also reinforce my feeling that a good night sleeping DO MIRACLES - first time I transported the kids to the vet I had had a quite bad night,I was nervous and arrived home fainting.This time the thing was very easier - just cats are weighting,not my head/heart...
hi App so nice to hear from you again....and another successful transportation, good for you, yes you must be getting stronger all right, no buggy yet?
I don't know anything about which rabies vac's are best, I assume they are all similar.
The rabies had always made my kitties so lethargic for a day or two, sounds like Loreena bounded right back real soon..
how are the girls??...miss your stories.
take care my friend.
Ps: I mean today morning - muscles are better but the brain...
Girls seens to be fine,(hope so) just grandma its a lot busy - and having to brush the whole family better "at least once a day" ,so said the vet :-)
A new fur ball today morning - dont know the owner,but it seens like Saturdays are now not only Pizzas'Day , its also "fur ball day" :-(
They dont seem to care about, anyway.Are playful and hungry as usual...
Hi Apple...happy to see all went well with Loreena's vaccination. Yeah girl, you're getting muscles for sure with hauling those cat boxes. You're one dedicated grandma, Apple - you are just awesome the way you care for the girls.
If you can find a 'curry brush' (thanks Pip) it really does a Great job and seems to cut down on the brushing time with good results.
First sight I thought that "curry brush" was a kind of brush"tool used for" :-)After a fast search I saw its a kind of plant.
Could you tell me how does it work,its something your cat has to eat?
Cause him to vomit ( they do it without...) the balls or prevent them to appear?
Thanks in advance!
just in case I can find it here...
Apple, I did a search hoping for a picture of what I'm talking about, but I see your dilemma in your search since I can't find a picture of what I have. I even entered Metal Curry Brush, but I don't see exactly what I have so you know what I can do is take a picture of what I have (it's an actual brush, not a plant) and post it on my profile for you to see. I can't do that today since I have an MRI to go to here soon, but I can do it tomorrow.
Meanwhile, maybe Pip will come along and give you a good description because I am terrible trying to describe something in writing :(
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