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Q. What medications can be used for arthritis on an elderly cat (15) with diabetes and the start of kidney problems?

A. For arthritis I really like Cosequin for cats with arthritis. It can be purchased at your local vet or at a pet store in your area. It is safe for cats with renal problems.

http://www.petsmart.com/food-health/vitamins-supplements/cosequin-joint-health-cat-supplement-zid36-25959/cat-36-catid-200049?_t=pfm%3Dsearch%26pfmvalue%3Dfaceted

Answered By
DESTINI R. HOLLOWAY, DVM



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