• Chemotherapeutic agents are used to treat cancer in animals. These drugs can cause cancer in humans and should be handled with caution.

  • Chlorphenamine (also called Chlorpheniramine) is an antihistamine. Antihistamines are used to relieve or prevent the symptoms of allergy.

  • Chondroprotective agents provide substances that are needed for the repair and maintenance of cartilage and synovial fluid (the lubricant in joints). They also inhibit substances that break down cartilage.

  • There are many different diseases that can affect the kidneys in the cat. Chronic renal failure (CRF) is the end point of a number of different disease processes. Signs can be non-specific and diffucult to distinguish from general signs of ageing. Treatments will vary with each specific disease and situation.

  • By definition, kidney failure is the inability of the kidneys to remove waste products from the blood.

  • Chronic upper respiratory tract (URT) disease is a relatively common problem in cats, and can have many causes. The most common form is termed chronic post viral or idiopathic rhinitis.

  • Ciclosporin (also called Cyclosporin) is an immunosuppressive agent. It is used to reduce the body's natural immunity.

  • Cimetidine is used for the reduction of vomiting associated with chronic gastritis. Your veterinarian may also prescribe cimetidine for stomach or intestinal ulcers.

  • Your veterinarian has prescribed clomipramine to treat obsessive compulsive behaviour or to treat separation anxiety and dominance aggression in dogs. In cats, clomipramine may be used to prevent urine marking/spraying, inter-cat aggression and compulsive grooming.

  • Clonazepam is used to control seizures (fits). Diazepam is a benzodiazepine.

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