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Wednesday, January 13, 2021

The Answers

Quite a few of you know what the mystery gadgets are. The first one is called a Pill Popper. It is used to stick down your pet's mouth and pop a pill down the back of their throat. This is to be used after you put their pill in tasty food, and they eat the food and spit the pill out. The key words here being "pet's mouth". You first have to get it into their mouth! As IF!


This next one is a pill crusher. You put the pill inside, put the lid on, and turn it. It does a good job.








28 comments:

Nancy Chan said...

It looks like some kind of stringe without the needle. Looking forward to your answer.

Ella said...

I think that's something you use for a lab, for a test or something ...

Sandi said...

The first one looks like an old pencil eraser, kind of...

Ann said...

I think the first one is a pill popper. I had one for Duke when I couldn't get him to take the pills the vet gave him. It works well to pop that pill into the back of their mouth but he was still able to spit the darn thing out.
The second thing I have no idea what it is.

Hootin' Anni said...

I haven't a clue. But, I like the shade of blue on the 2nd one!

Martha said...

The first one looks like some kind of syringe and is the second one a pill splitter?

Chatty Crone said...

You got me on both - will check back tomorrow!

Sandra said...

no clue at all but Ann sounds good for the first one... waiting to find out. the last one is really a mystery

DeniseinVA said...

Fun but I do not have a clue :)

Jenny the Pirate said...

I think the first one has something to do with medicine and the second has something to do with opening a bottle. In other words, I don't know. Haaahahaha xoxo

Beside a babbling brook... said...

A syringe of some sort....

-smile-

photowannabe said...

I think they both have to do with pills.
one is a "picker upper" and the other a pill splitter??
Good quiz
Sue

jp@A Green Ridge said...

The first is a mini plunger...LOL and the second is a bottle cap???..:)jp

Rose said...

I am with the photowannabe...I thought the first one might be to give a cat a pill...and the other either to split a pill or to grind one up.

Ruth Hiebert said...

The last one must be a pill splitter, but I have no idea on the other one.

CheerfulMonk said...

I'm guessing the last one is a pill splitter.

Tamago said...

Is it a pill popper for Vivian? I will check back for answer tomorrow :-)

Reanaclaire said...

So this is how you feed the cat... I don't have any problem with my dog, I just put the tablet into a bun and she will gulp it down. LOL...

Hootin' Anni said...

I hope to never use one. For both me & cat.

Ella said...

I have no problem with my cat ...
I put the tablet in a piece of tasty salami and she will swallow herself.

aspiritofsimplicity said...

Oh boy! I’m glad I’ve never had to give our cat a pill.

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Nancy Chan said...

Lol! So it is a pill popper! I haven't seen or used one because somehow I managed to get my dogs to swallow the pills. I don't know about cats, might be more difficult with cats.

Inger said...

I don't have a cat now, but I remember those days. Dogs are easier, all they care about is inhaling whatever is in their food bowls. At least the two I have now. I remember only one finicky dog when it comes to food - out of the 12 I have lived with.

DeniseinVA said...

And now I know. Thanks Ginny, this was fun and so were those cartoons.

Rose said...

I have had those experience with giving cats pills!

The Feminine Energy said...

OMGosh, so so true, Ginny! We don't even try to give Goldie medication. We just take her to the vet everyday and they do it for us. It costs $7/day but to us it's worth it. Luckily she's only needed medication once since we adopted her and that was at the beginning, for coxxcydia (sp?). That's gone though and she's been healthy ever since. Hope all is well with you~ Andrea xoxo

Carla from The River said...

SO very true Ginny!! Thank you for sharing the funnies.