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Re: Darcy810@aol.com

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

>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 
>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 
>project the tablet to the back of the tongue with your pointer finger, and
>the cat swallows immediately

OK folks, I'm giving up right now. As you can see, my attempt to send 
privately failed, as I replace the subject heading instead of the address 
with Susans e-mail address. Will someone please shoot me?

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