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For a full-grown cat give 3 grains of santonine every night for a week
or 10 days; it might be administered in milk, or given in a small piece
of beef or meat of any kind. After the course give an aperient powder.


MANGE.

The best possible remedies for this disease are arsenicum, 2^{x}
trituration, and sulphur, 2^{x} trituration, given on alternate days, as
much as will lie on a threepenny piece, night and morning, administered
as above.

A most useful lotion is acid sulphurous, 1 oz. to 5 oz. of water, adding
about a teaspoonful of glycerine, and sponging the affected parts twice
or thrice daily.




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