Once your cat has been diagnosed with discomfort, what should you do? You medicate it.
various cat owners don't understand there are various ways to alleviate discomfort and make cats more comfortable, says Dr. Vail-Archer.
“These treatments include acupuncture, physical rehabilitation, laser therapy, massage therapy, and weight loss.”
Dr. McCobb notes that cats can take medications for pain.
"We didn't have many great options for chronic cat pain management until recently," she explains.
“Newer medications and treatment modalities are safe for cats long-term and can help us improve their quality of life as they enter their late teens.”
Protein-rich veggies can occasionally match meat's nutrients. We get protein from legumes like lentils and chickpeas, spinach, and broccoli.