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Re: cats

Kitty, my elderly, obese and arthritic cat Sandy has improved much since
I have been giving her Glucosamine chondroitin (sp?).  The vet prescribed
it a couple of years ago, and at first it didn't seem to help much, but 
a month or so she really moves much more easily.  It's rather expensive,
but worth it for her to be so much more mobile.  She can now jump up
onto the couch or bed with only a couple of false starts.  Before, she had
to be helped.
In a message dated 5/23/2009 6:31:05 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

Braveheart walks much like the Minister of Silly Walks.  I  believe it's 
more painful to watch him walk than it is for him to walk.  He has litter 
box issues so now he is banned from half the house; he was ruining my new 
laminate.  We're experimenting with new boxes.

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