ADHD drug dangerous, but attractive, to cats

03/12/2010 | Science News

The attention deficit hyperactivity disorder drug Adderall has become a common and dangerous pharmaceutical threat for companion animals, especially cats, experts say. The drug seems to appeal to the finicky feline tastes, according to a board certified veterinary toxicologist who described 152 cases of feline intoxication with the drug that were called in to the national Animal Poison Control Center.

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