I've decided to try Josey on loratadine too and you can't just give two cats treat and not the other.
The dose is half a tablet. I split one pill and crush the halves separately.
I mix the crushed pills with either canned food, tuna or tuna juice or baby food. None of them are crazy about the meat flavored baby food.
Is it ready yet? Lyncoln will often stand with his front legs on my backside and cry as I prepare the food.
The plates are labeled. Lyncoln normally will eat all of his, but Josey either eats none of hers or just a lick or two. I don't want Lyncoln getting double the dose or Homer getting any medication, so Josey's plate is picked up when she walks off.
Lyncoln preparing to go finish off Josey's plate, but I picked it up before he could do so. They only get a little bit as I want them to eat the pill. Homer's plate has more on it and if either Lyncoln or Josey are still wanting more, they'll go finish off Homer's plate.
Lyncoln is still a little stuffy, but back to his usual self.