Been awhile since we've had a Miss Teia update.
She has figured out that the shower room has water on the walls and floor after I finish doing the silly human thing of getting wet in the morning (like when she was doing the same when we were in the apartment). She even likes sitting on the sill as I run up the water before I get in.
Miss Teia poops in the litter box, but only pees there part of the time.
She does use the puppy training pads I put down and has peed in an inappropriate spot only once since stating use of the puppy pads over a year ago.
Luckily, when our Calamity Jane Grey was having a bit of kidney trouble, supplemental subq fluids (Ringer's Lactate) a couple times a week did the trick for her last 2 years. What finally got her at 21 years 4 months was a pair of strokes.
Hopefully you can buy some more quality time for your tiny treasure.
Ask your vet if there is a liquid suspension, which might be easier to administer to such a delicate little friend.
You might also try cutting the pill and administering it as 2 doses over the course of the day.
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