Soothe Joint Pain in Cats with Powerful Supplements
Cats love to jump and climb, but accidents happen, which can lead to minor injuries causing damage to the joints. Arthritis is a common degenerative disorder that develops in or around the joint area when there is inflammation which causes pain, swelling, and stiffness to occur. Over time, the cartilage and soft tissues of the joints become damaged leading to discomfort which can inhibit your cat’s normal activities.
Symptoms of Arthritis and Joint Pain in Cats
- Swelling in multiple joints
- Loss of appetite
At NHV, our human-grade quality vet-formulated herbal cat arthritis supplements can help provide support along with a vet-recommended treatment plan. NHV’s cat joint supplements also make excellent preventative support. Some ingredients are even wild-crafted (harvested from their natural environment).
Other Types of Joint Disorders in Cats
- Kneecap Displacement - This hereditary disorder is caused by the abnormal development of the kneecap and can be associated with many deformities of the back limbs that involve the hip joints, femur, and tibia.
- Hip Dysplasia - This arthritic disorder involves abnormal development of the hip joint and is rare in domestic cats but more common in purebreds.
- Immune-Mediated Arthritis - This is another arthritic disorder that is caused by the body’s immune system causing inflammation of the joints that lead to the destruction of the joint cartilage and the bone beneath the cartilage.
At NHV, our cat joint supplements are fast and safe to use and provide support along with a vet-recommended treatment plan to help your cat get relief from these inhibiting disorders.
Additional Support Tips
Arthritis can hinder your cat’s mobility and cause pain, swelling, and stiffness to occur. There are a few things you can do to help your feline feel better.
- Reduce exposure to places that are damp and cold
- Keep clean water and appealing food readily available to help stimulate appetite.
- Avoid giving your cat non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, aspirin or acetaminophen without consulting your veterinarian first because cats do not tolerate these medicines well.
Choosing Arthritis or Joint Supplements for your Cat
If you are conflicted about a holistic approach to your pet’s health or want a second opinion, you can schedule a consultation with one of our highly trained vets, because the health and wellbeing of your pet is our top priority at NHV.