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Cat Arthritis

Cat Arthritis

Cat Arthritis indicates an inflammation in the joints that usually results in pain and a degree of lameness. Cat Arthritis is not particularly common when compared to its incidence in human. Signs of Cat Arthritis may be difficult to identify. Cat arthritis symptoms are that you might notice he does not jump high, avoids once enjoyable activities, and begins to slow down. There are two types of Cat arthritis, Rheumatoid Cat Arthritis or Osteoarthritis.

Rheumatoid Cat Arthritis is an Immune Deficiency Syndrome, where antibodies develop against components of joint tissue and begins to attack the joints. This form of Cat arthritis is a chronic inflammatory condition that affects the entire body and usually involves several joints.

Osteoarthritis, a degenerative disease, is the most common form of Cat Arthritis. Inflammation is generally minimal but can lead to immobility and deformity resulting in severe pain. It generally affects the weight bearing joints and joints of the paws, feet, etc.

Signs of Cat Arthritis

The severity of the signs of Cat Arthritis varies with the amount of damage to the joint and rate at which damage occurs. Signs should include Hot, swollen joint, Pain, limping, overall immobility

Treatment for cat arthritis

The treatment for cat arthritis depends to some extent on the cause. The aim of Cat Arthritis treatment should be to minimize further damage and to relieve the pain and inflammation.

The treatment of Cat Arthritis involves controlling the inflammation plus stabilizing the joint if possible. Cat Arthritis treatment involves repair of loose or broken ligaments. Reduction of any excess weight will also help.

There is a range of drugs that can be used for Cat Arthritis.

1.  Vitamin C, A, D, E may be beneficial treatment to control of Cat Arthritis

2.  Glucosamine and Chondriton are substances which supposedly help regenerate 
cartilage this keep Cat Arthritis under control.

3.  Homoeopathically: Rhus Tox is the most commonly used remedy for Cat 
Arthritis and Bryonia and Pulsatilla may also help. For older cats try Arnica.

4.  Herbally: Nettles can be very effective; Alfalfa and Garlic may help to 
control/prevent Cat Arthritis to a certain extent.