Finally a good night sleep for Dot & her owner

Finally a good night sleep for Dot & her owner


By Antinol Team

Written with love

Dot at the clinic

When Dr. Wu Yee’s little patient first came to find her, the Domestic Short Hair was walking slowly.

‘Dot becomes very hesitant to jump on bed. She used to like cuddling with me at night. Now she just prefers to sleep on the floor and sometimes asks me to lift her up to the bed.I often find it difficult to sleep worrying about her,” said Dot’s owner.

‘She used to be a playful cat and liked jumping up and down the cat tree. Now she barely does it. Sometimes, she even loses interest in playing cat toys and simply ignores them. Even though she was not showing signs of stiffness, I knew something’s wrong with my baby girl and I was worried.’

Dot's X-ray photo

Dot was diagnosed with degenerative joint disease and Dr. Wu suggested she try Antinol® for 14 days at the beginning of the treatment.

After two weeks, Dot came back to Dr. Wu with great news!

‘My kitty is definitely feeling better! Although she still pauses before climbing up and down the stairs. She began using the cat tree again. The best thing is! She can now jump on the bed easily without me lifting her up. I am now less worried about her condition and I sleep better with her company. For sure I will let her take Antinol® consistently from now on,’ says Dot’s owner.


Disclaimer: These stories are for informational purposes only. The information is not a substitute for expert veterinary care. Stories are written by the Antinol team based on real interviews conducted with the pet parents and represent their own observations. These observations are not guaranteed, are not medically substantiated, and may not be typical for other pets.

Related stories