About Cats FAQs
NEVER administer aspirin or Tylenol (acetaminophen) to a cat. Even in tiny amounts, these drugs can prove deadly to felines. Members of homes where pets live, should be vigilant with over the counter pain relievers. Accidental intoxication usually occurs after a pill is inadvertently dropped on the floor. If accidental ingestion occurs, call your cat’s veterinarian immediately.
No. Ingestion of garlic can cause a condition called hemolytic anemia characterized by the bursting of red blood cells circulating through your cat’s body. Ingestion can also lead to gastroenteritis, also known as an inflammation of the stomach and intestines, causing stomach pain. Symptoms of garlic toxicity can take up to four days to appear. If you suspect your cat has ingested garlic, call your vet immediately.
Why take the chance? Throw the container out and start with a new one. There are many rich ingredients in Milk Replacer that are best stored in a refrigerator or freezer to prevent rancidity and maintain freshness.