By the way though, one of the things that took us so long to get her on Atopica was the vet trying to get a decent price on Atopica or us going with the generic cyclosporin modified. According to the doc, even though it costs less, typically the cyclosporin works less affectively, and so during the second stage of dropping the frequency of dosage, you would end up giving more of the generic than Atopica. Now whether or not that is just a sales plug so I wouldn’t go to a regular pharmacy and get the generic, I don’t know. Also, we were able to start a program with Atopica where you buy the first two boxes, then you get the second 2 free. After that, for every 4 boxes you buy, you get 1 free. For anyone who is looking at starting Atopica and think it is expensive, you may ask your vet to see if they can get you into that program.
well done. so glad to know im not alone. my wife and i rescue as well. mostly dogs cause some of the dogs we have dont see eye to eye with cats. our house was full 6 dogs ago and we have 9 now. How full is full….. its never too full to rescue and save. the love we see from the dogs is worth all the effort and money in the world. ill gladly sell everything i own to save more. good on you and dont listen to people like that. When i read the first paragraph ” pets are not above people” i just read troll troll troll and so on. let em be. let them put themselves before any other living thing. Its a lonely place to be but whatever floats their boat! I can honestly say without animals i nor my wife would be complete. May you rescue and save many more lives and be rewarded with endless love in return.