I’m looking for holistic, green solutions. Not Big Pharma drugs.
Ask your vet for things called Synova G3. Ithas lots of good stuff for the bones. Its like a chew and they normally take it without a problem. You can also make sure it has some of that stuff in it.
I haven’t heard of rheumatoid arthritis in cats. Have you been given that specific diagnosis? If you have an older cat it is most likely osteoarthritis, not the autoimmune response that occurs in rheumatoid arthritis.
My vet approved my giving Rhus toxicodendron to my 22 year old cat at the 6X dosage – one pill at day. It did seem to increase her mobility a good deal. This was six months before the end of her life.
I started taking Rhus (a homeopathic remedy) in January. I take 3 pellets twice a day at 220C dosage and don’t have to use any other pain medication now at all. So I am very happy to be free from all allopathic medications.
First off, congratulations for everything you’ve done for your health! I know it’s really hard to change not only your diet, but your lifestyle as well, not to mention quitting smoking. That’s awesome! 😉 With that out of the way, there are several natural supplements that help joint health, which may remove the cause of the pain. The most popular are Microlactin, Tart Cherries, Glucosamine, Chondroitin, MSM, Hyaluronic Acid, Litozin (Danish Rose Hips), and Bromelain. The only thing to really watch out for is allergies. Glucosamine is typically from Shellfish and Microlactin is from milk. As long as you’re not allergic to those, you should have no problem. Good luck!
liquid baby aspirin.