There are natural and herbal treatments that can be administered to your cat and while some of these are effective, and in particular some of the anti-stress formulas, it is essential that you look at the ingredients as some of these have ingredients that can affect your cat’s blood glucose levels.
Never use herbal treatments that are designed for humans on your cat, as they can do a lot more harm than good, and while your intentions might be to improve the health of your cat, the opposite could be the result.
Any treatment that your veterinarian gives you for your cat should be administered exactly according to the instructions, however always consider the condition of your cat and if you see signs that the treatment is not working or causing other problems or distress, then contact your vet again immediately as some treatments can have an adverse effect.
Neither hesitate to question your veterinarian’s opinion, as quite often one treatment that is suitable for one cat might be of no benefit whatsoever to another.
Even antibiotics that are effective in most instances might not work for your cat when required, and often there is an alternative that might just be what is needed to help your cat get back to complete health.
This is a lesson that many people have learned over the years, as the suppliers of feline medical products often change their formulations, or the veterinarians use different products that are meant to be better, when the final results aren’t as expected.
By questioning your veterinarian they will usually take a more active role in your pet’s health and you are likely to get better service in doing so.
It can be quite difficult for a veterinarian to determine exactly what is wrong with your pet, and often the best answers come from you and your observations, as you are the best person to know what your cat’s behavioral patterns are.