Animal Acupuncture in Annapolis Acupuncture for Cats


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! Lydia often leaves them in their carrier. We can take the top off and then we automatically have a "safe" place to treat them.


Because cats are so sensitive, they sometimes feel more chi movement than other animals which can cause alarm. They generally need fewer needles than other animals. After a couple of treatments, however, they usually settle right in and even enjoy it. 

 

Click            to learn the specific benefits of acupuncture for cats.