One of my babies, our mama cat, has a form of dwarfism that causes her front legs to bow inward. The vet warned us that arthritis was eventually going to be an issue. She is normally very playful, and loving. Lately she has been a bit testy, and is favoring one of those front paws.I am taking her to the vet to find out what kind of dose of baby aspirin she needs (this is what the vet mentioned as a possible treatment)but I was wondering if anyone knew of any non medicinal treatments that could help relieve some of her symptoms? She just turned 2 last week and other than this she is in good health, so I need any help I can get on this as we will be dealing with it for a long time.Thanx in advance guys!
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8/25/03 at 3:05pm