You are very welcome, Tenderheart. You may not have to change your topical. Ask your dermatologist how you can assure your cats won't be exposed in any manner. For example, you may use latex gloves to put it on and then discard the gloves where the cats will never get to them, and perhaps the doctor will advise that you put a covering over the area where the medication is applied. When I saw this notice, it made me sit up and pay attention. Many people use topical prescriptions. I hope the doctors and vets who get the FDA notices take the time to read them!
There is no link, which I am going to fix right now, because when I clicked to create the LOL, nothing happened. Then the server timed out, so in disgust I signed off. Thank you for your message. This is really weird even for ICHC, but I'm glad it's there. Look at the comments in a minute, TenderHeart.
Hallo Sweetiepie! Sry been SO uber busy...but was surprised myself to learn Bella brought 5 kittens into her home the other day...one did not make it but the other four are doing great!!!! How OSSUM is that for a 6 month old kitten? I've been out of town with my sick Daddy or i would have answered sooner! Still haven't seen them but I'm told they resemble our 2 black strays in the area, each with little white patch on his chest. I think it's the one I call Jack Black....because she cowers when he comes around. Have a OSSUM weekend Doll!!!
did you see whut dusty did to me? *shows you my eye* see...right rightttt below my eyeball he scratched me. had it been less than a centimeter above den he wudda scratched my eyeball. he didn't do it on purpose though, he was just acting wild and running across my bed while I wuz sleeping. crazy kids. i'm just grateful he didn't scratch my eye and damage my already really really bad eyesight