- Hi Susan, First of all, don t pay attention to time lines. My cardiologist even says now that he just doesn t given out time lines anymore- because too manyMessage 1 of 4 , Mar 5 1:27 PMView SourceHi Susan,
First of all, don't pay attention to time lines. My cardiologist even says now that he just doesn't given out time lines anymore- because too many cats and dogs outlive them by years and years. My Ren was one of those that outlived the time line that was given for him. So their is hope.
I would recommend you go and look in the files at the supplements page, a lot of us here give our heart kitties supplements and there is some really positive effect in that.
CoQ10 is a great one, you can get it in a product called Cardiostrength that also has some of the other things listed. I give my Ivy Cardiostrength one day, and then non-synethic CoQ10 the next day (rotate days). I read somewhere that non-synethic is absorbed better so that is why I do that. I also give her Omega 3's oils and DMG.
Also make sure your Big Footsie is getting a good protein diet of high quality canned food (like EVO, wellness, CORE, Instinct, ect.)
Donna and Ivy, and angel Ren
- Hi First of all, your cat won t listen to his diagnosis :) None of mine did!! With treatment and supplements you can help to stabilise the condition and helpMessage 2 of 4 , Mar 6 2:19 AMView SourceHi
First of all, your cat won't listen to his diagnosis :) None of mine did!!
With treatment and supplements you can help to stabilise the condition and help
stop it progressing. My kitten given 2 months is now 28 months!
If Footsie is at any risk of clots, I would recommend definite treatment.
That's the biggest risk of death from a clot if blood is pooling. You can use
baby aspirin (as given by a cardiologist) or Nattokinase as well. Nutricology
do a Nattokinase suitable for cats. I haven't used it, but others here have.
Footsie sounds very very special!! Enjoy every day with him and he has no
clue he has heart disease. All he knows is he is loved and played with.
Supplements help. I use cardiostrength which is available in the US and UK
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