After I had posted this, it was hard finding a place to take her since its sunday and most places were closed. We took her to the emergency animal hospital. But, Sadly she passed away. Thank you for your comment I know shes in a better place now and isn't suffering anymore.View Thread
Well, it started off with her wobbleing around and losing her balance she still wanted to move around and do everything that she would do. My uncle gave her this pet apawthecary (that was the name for it, it is a natural juice) and has helped his cats with arthritis . But it went to she started dragging her self around and now she doesnt want to walk at all. he back paw pads are cold and shes just laying around like shes depressed which I dont blame her. But I feel terrible not knowing how I can help her, at least try to get her better. She is an older cat and has been with me for such a long time. If anyone has some answers I would love to know. i had heard that I should give her Nattokinase. But, I would like some other opinions. Thanks in advance for all the help really appreciate it.View Thread
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