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Arthritis

cats with arthritis natural treatment

My Cat Has Arthritis!

Cat Arthritis is a degenerative condition that affects one or more joints in cats. One of the most common types of arthritis that cats suffer from is Osteoarthritis (Degenerative Joint Disease in cats). 20% of all cats will suffer from Osteoarthritis during their lifetime.

Though older cats suffer more from arthritis, the problem also can affect younger cats as well. It can be brought on by a host of joint conditions such hip dysplasia, damage to ligaments, patella luxation, and joint trauma. Large-breed cats are affected by arthritis more often than small cats, due to the extra strain placed on joints and ligaments.

Signs of Arthritis in Cats

  1. 1. Cat is slow to rise from a resting position
  2. 2. Cat is reluctant to jump or leap
  3. 3. Cat is irritable

If your cat has any of these symptoms, your cat may be suffering to some degree from arthritis or osteoarthritis.

Degenerative joint disease is incurable, but treatment can substantially improve the cat’s life. Here are some basic things you can do to improve your cats life.

How to Help

Many cat owners desire a natural approach to helping their arthritic cat. While there are several effective medical approaches to treating arthritis in cats, there also exists numerous natural remedies and lifestyle changes that have been shown to help cats with arthritis. These tactics improve their mobility and reduce your cat's pain without the use of prescription drugs.

  • Exercise
    Allow your cat to have moderate, but not excessive, exercise. Provide engaging play toys
  • Weight Control
    Don't overfeed your cat. Additionally, adigestive enzyme with each meal to reduce possible inflammation due to poor digestion.
  • Maintain Sleeping Area
    Make sure your cat's sleeping area is soft and dry.
  • Supplement
    A diet rich in Omega-3 fatty acids will help to reduce pain that is associated with inflammation, and a digestive/metabolic enzyme can help with inflammation and the symptoms of poor digestion as your cat ages.

Natural Supplements for Cats with Arthritis

Celavin™ fish oil for cats is a premium quality Omega-3 supplement. The essential fatty acids help to reduce the inflammation caused by cat arthritis. Other benefits include vibrant skin and coat.

Enzymes™ is a complete enzyme supplement for cats that includes eleven types of digestive and metabolic enzymes to support digestion and inflammation. When your cat completely digests his meal, there is less chance for undigested remnants to cause inflammation due to allergies and toxin build-up.

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† These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking medication, or have a medical condition, consult your physician before using this product.

* Disclaimer: The entire contents of this website are based upon the opinions of Nusentia, unless otherwise noted. The information on this website is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified health care professional and is not intended as medical advice. It is intended as a sharing of knowledge and information from the research and experience of Nusentia's experts and the Nusentia community. We encourage you to make your own health care decisions for your pet based upon your research and in partnership with a qualified veterinarian or health care professional.

Disclaimer: Individual results may vary from animal to animal. It is your responsibility to discuss this information with your vet and make sure it is appropriate for you pet's health. The information is not a substitute for an examination, checkup, or treatment when your pet has a health problem.