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Prescription Pain Relief for Cats: A List of Medications & Their Uses

Cats are great at concealing pain. While this trait was useful for survival in the wild, hiding discomfort isn’t so great for domesticated life. As a pet parent, this makes it so you to notice the slightest of changes. This could range from a decreased appetite to changes with grooming and their bathroom use. But before you determine the issue and reach for human medication, stop and schedule an appointment with their veterinarian.

Frequently Asked Questions About Cat Pain Relief Medicine

Ordering pain relief for cats is as simple as adding the item to your cart and filling in your pet’s and veterinarian’s information. From there, our team will coordinate with your veterinarian to get a prescription.

The amount of prescription pain medicine you give your pet will depend on the product and their condition. Your feline’s veterinarian may decide to start them out on a higher dosage that is reduced over time. For this reason, follow their dosing recommendations and pay attention to special instructions like administering medication with food, vitamins, or supplements.

Cats are extremely sensitive to NSAID side effects, and as a result, they’re not ideal for long-term or chronic conditions. Talk with your veterinarian about the different corticosteroid anti-inflammatories and non-steroidal anti-inflammatories (NSAIDS).