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It appears that your sweet Molly may be having an allergic reaction to something. Since you put the Frontline on yesterday, Molly may be reacting to this. The best thing to do is to try to wash off all of the Frontline that was applied with soap and water and also give Molly Benadryl at 1 mg per pound every 12 hrs for a few days. You can use the liquid Pediatric form that is 12.5 mg per teaspoon available at the pharmacy.
If Molly does not respond to this, take her to your vet since she may require stronger medications.Does that make sense to you?
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Famotidine (same as Pepcid) can be purchased at the chemist if there is one open. This is the only anti emetic that is safe for cats. Do the best that you can....
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