Can Cats Use Human Antibiotics?

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Cats can use some human antibiotics. However, the administration of these drugs must be done in small doses and under a lot of care so as to prevent overdose. Drugs such as Vitamin B, Dramamine, Buffered aspirin and pepto bismo are all safe for cats.
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1. Carry the cat away from her kittens but close enough that she can still see, hear, and smell them. You don't want her to associate the antibiotic (and any connected discomfort
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They said it's penicillin.
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