Dosing Chart For Feral Colonies Using Generic Liquid MegAce 40 mg Strength Diluted With Distilled Water. Suspension Is Diluted To 5 MG MegAce Per ML (7 Parts Water to 1 Part MegAce)
Total Number of Cats in the Colony - Dosage per colony / Frequency
< 5 cats 0.5 ml ONCE A WEEK (Note the decimal point here! 0.5 ml-NOT 5 ml!)
5-7 cats 1.0 ml ONCE A WEEK
8-11 cats 1.5 ml ONCE A WEEK
12-15 cats 1.0 ml TWICE A WEEK
16-19 cats 1.5 ml TWICE A WEEK
20-23 cats 1.6 ml TWICE A WEEK
24-27 cats 2.0 ml TWICE A WEEK
28-31 cats 2.2 ml TWICE A WEEK
32-35 cats 2.5 ml TWICE A WEEK
36-39 cats 2.8 ml TWICE A WEEK
40 + cats 3.0 ml TWICE A WEEK
NOTE: This medication MUST be mixed in CANNED cat food and served on multiple plates or dishes (NO PAPER). Use one 5.5 oz can of cat food for every 3 cats in your colony. It is very important to spread it out on as many plates as possible so the entire colony is being medicated as evenly as possible.
2) Shake the bottle of medication vigorously as the MA/OvaBan settles to the bottom. It is very important that the MA/Ovaban/Nonovulin is mixed thoroughly before dosing to avoid under/overdose. Divide the appropriate dose of medication for your colony evenly among the plates of food and mix it thoroughly into each plate of food.
3) DO NOT DISPENSE IN MILK OR MILK PRODUCTS!
4) Store medication with bottle tightly capped in a cool, dry place away from sunlight.
5) Wash syringe with dish soap and water. Rinse thoroughly. Allow syringe to air dry on a paper towel.
6) DO NOT SKIP OR MISS A DOSE! If you were unable to dose the cats on your scheduled day, do so on the very next day and resume your schedule the following week. For colonies that require a frequency of 2 times per week, the dosages MUST be spaced out.
Use ONLY distilled water. The shelf life of the liquid suspension once mixed is about 2 years if kept out of sunlight and at a cool temperature. Remember to always shake well before each use. If you are using liquid MegAce rather than tablets to make a solution, you do not have to worry about molding issues that some experience with using tablets for mixing.
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