While PawFriction is used more frequently on dogs it can also be effectively used on cats. However, keep in mind that cat and dog paw pads are different. Because of the activity level of many cats the PawFriction granules tend wear off more quickly on cats than dogs. We hope that this doesn’t discourage you from trying PawFriction on your cuddly cat, but we do want you to know up-front that they may need more frequent applications than the typical once a week treatment.  

PawFriction is meant to be an aid in therapy for cats with orthopedic, arthritic, and neurological conditions. It won’t take the place of proper medical and pharmaceutical treatments, but it absolutely can help to rebuild muscle mass, reduce the risk of injury, and give your cat a fourth, fifth or sixth new life (hopefully not the ninth)!