Many cats respond quite well to acupuncture. Lydia's Himalayan, Sophie, LOVES it and purrs the entire time she is treated.
Cats need to be treated differently than other animals because, well, they’re cats!
It's best to have a small room where they can't easily hide for treatment. How small depends on the cat. Some are great on the bed. Others need to be worked on in a bathroom.
Because cats are so sensitive, they sometimes feel more chi movement than other animals, which can cause them alarm. They generally need fewer needles than other animals. After a couple of treatments, however, they usually settle right in and enjoy it.
Cat acupuncture is often very effective for a wide range of complaints.
The most common reasons cats receive acupuncture are:
*chronic UTI infections
*recovery from an accident
*loss of use of the tail from an accident
*digestive issues including anorexia (refusing to eat)
*suddenly not using the litter box
*inability to adjust to changes in the environment
*lack of vitality
Please call or text 443-474-3631 if you have questions about whether acupuncthttps://websites.godaddy.com/dogsure will be able to help your cat.