Clavaseptin And Buprenorphine For Cats

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Alex Says:


Is it safe for me to administer clavaseptin, an antibiotic, and buprenorphine, a pain killer, to my male cat? He's got a burst access on his inner leg. I don't want to play Vet, but I feel it should be okay. Thanks



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Leona Says:

No do not give your cat your drugs. Sometimes there's no difference in antibiotics, but no pain drugs. Keep the drained area clean and dry, polymycin powder is good to put on it. A slightly diluted betadine solution should be fine for washing it if necessary. I repeat, do not give your cat your narcotic drugs. You can kill the animal with some of them.

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Magenta Says:

NO - pain meds for your cat can easily be fatal. I'm not up to date with antibiotics. Good luck.

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