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Easier cat medicating!

Giving a cat medication can be frustrating.

Pills? At the least, you won’t be able to pry open his mouth to get the pill in him, let alone get him to swallow it! At the worst, you’ll get bit.

Liquid meds? He’ll jerk his head away, leaving you with a mess of wasted medication and no idea how you’re going to be able to get the right dosage in him.

Eye drops, ear drops, easy, right? Not if he ducks his head and squirms out of your arms.

So, what to do? The famous (or infamous, depending on if it works) towel burrito can come unraveled, and then you’ll find yourself trying to coax your disgruntled kitty out from under the bed. The Cat-in-the-bag, while a great alternative to other cat carriers, is also really handy when it comes to giving medications!

Let the bag hold the cat while you hold his head and work on getting that pill down. A pill-shooter can be a helpful tool, also!

Give him the correct dose of liquid medication without the mess.

Hold his head and drop his ear or eye meds right in.

No, he’s still not going to like getting his meds. But with a faster, easier way to medicate your cat using Cat-in-the-bag, there will be a lot less trauma for you both!

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Sizing Chart

Extra Small Size is for cats under 5 lbs.

Small Size is for most cats under 10 lbs.

Large is for most cats 10 lbs. or more.

Extra-Large is a specialty size for very large cats, typically big-breed males. These cats may start around 20 pounds and range up to 40 pounds or more, with a torso length of at least 18 inches from base-of-neck to base-of-tail. If your cat does not meet the size criteria  for XL, you should order large instead.