Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Max The Cat.....No More Loose Stools

Dr. Pink Pinkerton, although he is a dog, does want all of his patients to have a happy herbal outcome.

So none the less, although Max the cat is indeed a cat, Dr. Pink and I checked in on Max to see how his loose still situation was going.

Happy to report that Max has now solid stools...

Good Job Max The Cat!

Hi Holly,

I got your message, not sure why your email to me bounced. Maxx is doing well and the powder has very much helped "solidify" things. I'm happy to have it handy because this happens to him whenever he gets stressed, and he's the nervous sort.

Thanks for checking in!


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