Atopica (Cyclosporine) Oral Solution for CatsBy Atopica
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Atopica is an oral solution prescribed to cats who suffer from allergic dermatitis—a skin reaction caused by contact with an allergen. This is very common in felines with allergies and can cause their skin to become uncomfortably itchy, red and scaly. Atopica targets the root of the problem to help relieve itching, so your companion no longer feels the need to incessantly scratch, rub or lick. Atopica can help provide your cat the relief she needs.
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Rude, ridiculous, and wrong
This came in the same size bottle I'd initially received from my vet; however, it was gone in about 10 days, not the 3 weeks the initial bottle had lasted. When I called to inquire, I was told the same size bottle comes either with 5 mL or 17 mL. I'd ordered 5 mL, because that's what the bottle and Rx from my vet said on it!! The pharmacist at Chewy transferred me without saying a single word when I said I was calling to inquire about this!! The customer service rep said it was my ordering error, and then said that my Rx that said "refills remaining: 5" meant 5 mL--as in 1 bottle!! I believe they do not know what they're talking about. Will not do Rx business with Chewy ever again.
My cat had to have all of his teeth removed due to severe stomatitus, he is still having a lot of problems...I am hopeful this medication will help him. It mixes very well with his canned food and he is very willing to eat it.
Fabulous product! Helps my dog with her severe skin allergies. My dog is 11 lbs, so cat dose is perfect. Don't know what my dog would do without it!
Excellent Product for Cats with Allergies
Our cat suffers from allergies; Our vet at The Highlands in Sparta recommended this, and said Chewy would have good prices. It's not cheap, but Chewy does have the best prices. And it works!
So far its good
My cat has been taking Atopica for several months now. The poor thing dealt with a pillow cone for a good year while we tried to work out her issues. She was constantly grooming her belly and legs to the point that she was bald and rashy. With this medication she no longer seems itchy and i never see her over grooming. We have not been able to wean her off of a daily dose to every other day like the vet was hoping, so I am very worried about the long term side effects of a lowered immune system. But it makes her a lot more comfortable and thats what matters. As far as getting her to take it, i warm a small amount of wet food up and have it waiting for her so she can eat it immediately after i squirt the meds in her mouth. She actually begs for her "second breakfast" every morning.
great product but what's up with the syringes?
In my short history (2 months) of using Atopica it has resolved the allergy problem of my cat & completely stopped the excessive licking & scratching so that her self-inflicted wounds have finally healed. Unfortunately though with 2 of the orders the syringe began to fail to draw up the medicine. I had to remove the plastic piece that inserts into the bottle- why is that needed anyway? and then I can access the medicine with a syringe.
One of our cats had allergies so bad he would scratch his face and head bloody. He stayed in a cone for about a year as we tried to find what he was reacting to. Vet finally prescribed this and within weeks he was getting better and we took his cone off. Has stayed on it for several years now and no relapses. I did cut his dose in half from the weight guidelines about a year ago. Nothing changed. So ho0efully that helps alleviate any long term issues.
Atopica is a game changer
Atopica, is the only thing that has helped with my cats allergies, his skin has started to grow back his fur has started to grow back. The redness around his face has completely dissipated. The only problem is keeping it in stock. If you miss one dose it messes your cat back up
Does the trick
I'm a physician, so I find it odd to review a prescription medication. That being said, I thought it would be helpful to contribute my experience. My Maine Coon cat had skin allergies (with itching, scratching, self-inflicted fur loss and scratches) and eosinophilic granulomas in her mouth and face. She had previously responded to prednisone, but she relapsed when I stopped the course of prednisone and I was concerned about long-term side-effects. So we tried cyclosporine, and after only a couple of weeks it seems to have produced a significant improvement. No significant side-effects yet. I'm concerned about long-term immunosuppression, but she's an indoor cat surrounded by other indoor cats, so hopefully her exposure is minimal. I don't want to get too enthusiastic at this point, but it looks promising. The only problem is the formulation - she really seems to dislike the taste of the med, and I wish it came in tablets or other forms. This may not be possible, but my cat and I would appreciate it.
I need this message for my cats mouth , only thing that works for his condition