There is a product called Lubrisyn that you can get at most large feed and tack stores. There is actually one in human form and one for animals..the difference is the salt content. It comes in a white plastic bottle with red lettering. Very safe.Good luck,Berte
Thanks I am going to get feed this thru. Will look for it.
I would try getting some natural cat care books from your library. There are many useful ideas in them, and there may be help for your kitty.
We have a small library,but it worth a shot.
Poor baby....I don't know any tips but I hope some that you get here help!Your pizza in the post below looked so yummy....I've been craving homemade pizza and just bought me some yummy ingredients to make one....on the menu for Friday night! :)Have a great day, Michelle!Tammy
Thanks anyway. The pizza was great. I have made it again since I posted that.
Our 13 year old dog has gotten very arthritic, and we started him on glucosamine and chondroitin for dogs, maybe that have something like that for cats. I'm also going to check out the Lubrisyn that Berte recommended.
I talked to my vet about those. He said they don't work on cats. They seem to work for dogs and people so why not cats. I think I am going to get a second opinion.
Wow, I was going to suggest the Lubrisyn too. I did not know it wouldn't work on cats. I wonder why?
Oh, poor little thing. I'm so sorry and I do with I could help you. Thank you for popping in to see me.Be a sweetie,Shelia ;)
My dog has Hip Dysplacia. It causes him much pain and makes it so that he doesn't get around well. We began a frantic search for something natural to help him with his pain and mobility. I found a product online called NZYMES it is made from sprouted soybeans and rice bran. It helps the animal to produce synovial fluid which lubricates the joints as well as conditions the joints in general. I was amazed at how much better he was in just a couple of weeks! They have a tablet for cats too. I would heartily recommend it. Here is a link to their site: www.nzymes.comAnother thing we did was to eliminate his commercial food. I started making his food from raw meat, poultry and veggies. This has helped a lot too. Raw salmon scraps and poultry, would work for your cat. If you don't want to go with raw food , at least change to a food that is low in grains like wheat,(some grain allergies can bring on arthritis-like symptoms), and add fish oil and nutritional yeast to the food you give your cat. Gentle exercise and massage will also help to stimulate circulation and just in general make your cat feel better. I hope this helps...the Nzymes have given my dog his life back! Ellewww.aviewfromthecottage.blogspot.comto read about Tagg on my other blog: http://artofaletter.blogspot.com/2013/01/it-was-my-intention-to-write-letters.html
Thank you Thank You!!!!