Anaphylaxis is an extreme medical emergency that requires immediate treatment. Anaphylactic shock is treated with injections of the drug called epinephrine, but it must be given within a matter of minutes once the symptoms of anaphylaxis begin.
Anaphylactic Shock In Cats, Part 2
(Treatment & Prognosis)
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Before a cat will condescend
To treat you as a trusted friend,
Some little token of esteem
Is needed, like a dish of cream.
*T. S. Eliot (poet)