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pets.webmd.com/cats/guide/safe-cat-pain-medications

Jun 18, 2017 ... WebMD can help you safely treat your cat's pain. ... Acetaminophen -- which is not an NSAID, but is a common medication found in products like Tylenol -- can be ... Make sure not to give your pet codeine in combination with ...

www.petmd.com/cat/centers/nutrition/evr_ct_which-pain-meds-for-cats

Can You Give Cats Tylenol or Other Pain Meds? By Jennifer Coates, DVM. Cat pain relief is notoriously difficult. Pain meds routinely given to people and dogs ...

www.vetstreet.com/dr-marty-becker/is-aspirin-safe-for-cats

Dec 14, 2011 ... But the use of aspirin in cats is never recommended. ... that — never give pain medications to your cat without your veterinarian's guidance.

www.allfelinehospital.com/first-aid-care.pml

Pain. Whether this from trauma, illness, disease, or for whatever reason, there is ... The only thing you can give your cat is ½ of a children's (81mg) aspirin once ...

www.cuteness.com/article/give-cat-pain

Our pets can feel as much pain as we do, but it's difficult for them to let us know how ... Never give a cat acetaminophen (Tylenol), ibuprofen (Advil) or aspirin.

healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2012/02/03/how-to-know-if-your-cat-is-in-pain-and-what-to-do-about-it.aspx

Feb 3, 2012 ... Pain in cats is hard to see because felines like to hide it, but it can be cured ... Adding certain supplements to your pet's diet can provide the raw ...

www.thespruce.com/aspirin-is-not-meant-for-cats-3385617

Apr 4, 2017 ... Cats metabolize drugs like aspirin differently than dogs or humans. ... It is important to never give medications to your cat unless directed by your ... to the gastrointestinal effects, and pain, bleeding, and ulceration can be a side ...

www.walkervalleyvet.com/otc-meds.htm

Do not give this medicine to Collies, Shelties, Australian Shephards and Long- haired Whippits. ... ASPIRIN: Can be given short term to dogs (never cats!) to help relieve ... For long term pain relief there are safer veterinary-specific alternatives.

cats.lovetoknow.com/Pain_Relief_for_Cats

Concerns: Aspirin inhibits the blood's ability to clot. Cats don't metabolize this drug very quickly, so there is a risk of causing an overdose if you give too much.