my mom has an indoor cat, he's about 16 or 17, we think. and she told me lst nite he's starting to slow down, not jump as high, or want to go up or down steps. she thinks it may be arthritis. i told her how they have glucosamine for dogs and that i;d see if they have any for cats. anyone ever use any? i've found treats, liquid, and powder for over food. and they have three cats, all oder, though he's the oldest, and she was wondering if she got some if it would be a good idea to give it to all three, as they are all older. thanks
eskie i give cosequin for cats to both my kitties. they aren't on it for the arthritis but actually for urinary tract health. believe it or not it works well for controliing my cat fox's blocking problems. i thought i would have a problem getting fox to eat it because they are on dry only but i open the capsule and sprinkle the powder on the dry food and they both eat it right up. i would tell your mom she can get it at her vet. it is pretty cheap. and give it to all the cats. it can only do them good.