Cat Tranquilizer?

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You may have to give your cat a tranquilizer when you are traveling. It may also need a tranquilizer to calm its nerves during acts of grooming and during some surgical procedures. These tranquilizers should always be given or prescribed to your cat by a qualified veteraian. No human tranquilizers should ever be given to a cat. They may have adverse reactions to the cat's health. Some common medications that veterinarian sometimes use are Diazepam, Thipoental, and Acepromazine.
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