Using corticosteroids and bronchodilators to treat feline asthma has become the most effective way to manage the disease. These drugs are typically administered orally in tablet form or through injections, which, when used frequently, can lead to serious side effects including an elevated risk of pancreatitis and diabetes.
Trying to deliver inhaled medication to a cat with feline asthma may sound complicated – but it is the ideal way to get your cat the medicine they need with the least amount of side effects.
Feline asthma is the most commonly diagnosed respiratory disorder in cats. In fact, up to 5% of cats have the disease – possibly even more as symptoms are often mistaken for hairballs.