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Many cats will experience joint degeneration and pain – either from genetic disorders like hip dysplasia or degenerative joint disease (feline arthritis). As they age, their joint cartilage wears away and there is no cushioning between their bones, which leads to chronic, debilitating pain. Pet Hero’s wide range of joint support products are intended for cats suffering from or prone to joint problems. 

Do joint supplements help cats?

Joint supplements are very effective in the relief of joint pain, reducing inflammation caused by friction in the joints, and slowing down the joint degeneration process. They contain natural ingredients that are easily absorbed and quickly get to work addressing your cat’s painful mobility. Choose a joint supplement for cats that meets her needs for the stage of joint degeneration she is at, and which contains all the ingredients to address primary and secondary joint pain symptoms.

How can I protect my cat’s joints?

Cats who are vulnerable to joint degeneration – genetically and in age – should have their diets supplemented with ingredients like glucosamine, chondroitin, green-lipped mussel extract and MSM, even before the symptoms of joint degeneration start to show. These ingredients may be found in high-quality cat food for senior cats, but can also be introduced earlier to help protect the joints before any degeneration takes place. This is where cat joint support comes in, with key ingredients supplemented in the form of a powder, gel, treat or tablet.

There are other ways to minimise the strain on cats’ painful joints. First thing’s first: keep your cat at an optimal weight. An overweight cat will have more strain on her joints, causing her unnecessary pain. Curtail your cat’s enthusiasm for high-impact activity, and rather exercise her by engaging in games with cat toys or taking her for a walk around the neighbourhood.