I have an 18 year old cat with advanced kidney disease, and he has recently developed a lump at the top of one of his front legs on the side, which is causing him enough pain to make him limp. What kind of pain medication can he be given that his kidneys will be able to tolerate?
sorry I didn't read your post sooner, I haven't been on much lately d/t family crisis....
I don't know alot of whats safe or not with kidney issues but I did find this article that you can copy and paste than read, Ihope it gives you the info you need....bless you and your poor kitty, may he spend his last days with you in the comfort he deserves..
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