Alice is doing OK, her appetite hasn't been so good this week but I'm hoping maybe it's the warmer weather or she's getting fed up with what I'm offering, and she'll perk up again in a few days. Her lump on her neck is getting pretty big but it still doesn't seem to be bothering her.
I don't know how Annie is at accepting meds, but Alice takes hers no problem if I dilute it 1:1 in full sugar (not artificial sugar) cranberry juice.
Thanks for the tip regarding cranberry juice. Have you been giving it to her straight from the syringe? For my first try, I squirted the medicine on a plate, then covered it in porridge oats. Annie eagerly devoured the whole thing. Hope it's okay to do it that way, otherwise I can try different approaches.
Have you been storing your medicine in a particular way, especially given this heatwave? Fridge, etc?
Yes, it's fine to give on oats - whatever works for you with least stress and maximum intake of meds is great. Yes, with the cranberry she takes it straight from the syringe.
Our house is still fairly cool downstairs so I just have the meds at room temp but I'm keeping them out of the sun. I've done a quick google and it says store below 25C, some say do not refrigerate, some say refrigeration OK.
Nothing much to report... I can't tell whether the lump is any smaller, but it doesn't seem to be growing? I could easily be wrong though. She is still fine in herself, eating well and enjoying life with her two friends. She's got a check-up with the vet next Thursday.