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Q. Can I gjve my 19 year old cat baby asprin for his sore joints

A. Aspirin, and similar medications such as Aleve, Advil, or Motrin, as well as Tylenol, are toxic to cats and should be avoided. Your vet can prescribe the appropriate medication for your cat's condition.

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BETTE ISACOFF

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