Friday, November 01, 2013

Side Effects

One of the medications prescribed for our cat, which is labeled for "Feline Molly Robinson," has displayed on its label, "Warning; may cause slight drowsiness." Seriously? On medication for a cat?

It kind of shakes your confidence in the vetinary pharmacy. Should you be dispensing medication for a feline if you think that "slight drowsiness" is in any way remotely detectable in a cat? Or that anyone tending the cat would notice and be concerned by it?

1 comment:

  1. bruce8:29 PM

    Well, if she fell asleep in mid pounce, or dropped off while watching birds gather, then you might say you notice it causes drowsiness...