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From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>

>Holding there mouth shut and blowing in their nose makes them swallow and
>makes pilling them easier.
>Susan Mahler

Unlike dogs, cats can't regurgitate anything that is placed on the very back 
of their tongues. It's getting the tablet in their mouth that is the 
difficult part. If you can get that far, it really is a very simple thing to 
project the tablet to the back of the tongue with your pointer finger, and 
the cat swallows immediately. My previous profession involved much pilling 
of cats.
Cheers, Jan

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