If not, perhaps he's preparing to attend a fancy brunch somewhere. :wink: PB, back when Blossom went to the vet, Annie (cat) went along too. She'd been having some trouble with sneezing/mucus, etc. and it was time for her rabies vaccination. In my area, a lot of cats had this same problem....beginning in the autumn, and progressing when the temps first went down into the 20s. She was prescribed amoxicillin (She's 8 and never had to take it before; I'll go with a PILL next time! Why don't they make that in an appealing flavor for animals? Cats don't LIKE bubblegum. :confused2 Anyhow......she took that for ten days and went back to being her old self. This was about 5 weeks ago. Yesterday, I heard her sneeze three different times (just once each time) and was concerned that the problem was returning. I thought of giving her a few more doses of the amoxicillin, which has remained in the fridge. My questions are: Why does the antibiotic state on the label, "MUST be discarded after 14 days"? Will it no longer be effective? Will it cause harm to my pet? I know its original form is powder.....regarding that, the label says "expires 2010".