Does Your Cat Have Mobility Issues?
Your cat may have Osteoarthritis (OA). This causes them pain, limits their mobility and creates hidden unhappiness. OA can be found in cats over 3 years old, but it's much more likely to occur as cats age. For felines over 6 years old the odds are 60% and for those over 12 years old, the odds are 90%. Now there is something new that we can do about it!
Solensia Can Help
A new injectable medication called Solensia is now available. Solensia is the only FDA-approved treatment for cat (OA) pain and has been well-tested. At Best Pets, we have seen significant improvement in all the cats who received this treatment and, in some cases, it has worked miracles. LEARN MORE
You can take the first step at home to help determine if your cat has OA by completing this at-home assessment and then forwarding the results back to us at [email protected].
If you want your cat to be evaluated for OA by one of our doctors and to see if Solensia will help, give us a call or book an appointment online now:
Learn More About Feline Osteoarthritis and Solensia
OA is a type of arthritis that happens when the protective tissue in the joints (cartilage) is worn down, causing bones to rub against one another. You may think OA just makes moving harder, but it can also cause severe pain. It can happen to cats at any age, not just older cats. OA pain is chronic pain that’s always there. It doesn’t go away and can get worse without the right treatment. This can affect their quality of life and the antics that make your cat, “your cat.”