Like their hoomins, furkids aren’t at all fond of injections but their hoomins know that it keeps them healthy so 2-3 seconds of hurt-iness is worth it. Also, their hoomins know they’re not the ones giving the injections which does colour their outlook just a bit.
However, when it comes to pilling, they generally are the ones administering the dosage on a regular basis. Dogs, as a rule, are easy to pill. Hide the tablet in some meat and they woof it down without ever knowing something extra was there. Cats, on the other hand… they can detect an attempt to hide a pill in food 500 metres from their food bowl. It doesn’t stop them eating; they just spit out the pill.
To ensure their cats actually swallow the pill, their hoomins need to administer it up close and personal. Sometimes it goes well… sometimes it doesn’t.
This is the Furkids team’s TEDdy talk on how to pill a cat.