Cat Care

Kidney in a Cat – How To Spot the Symptoms of Kidney Failure in Cats

July 27, 2017

When you recognize the signs of a sick kidney in a cat, you can increase the odds of her living a longer life if you get her into the vet early for treatment. Unfortunately, acute kidney failure is an emergency, but even more of a problem is chronic renal failure. Here’s how you can recognize the symptoms of kidney failure in cats before its too late.

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Kidney In Cats – Your “I’m Not an Idiot Guide” to Recognizing Kidney Failure In Cats

July 21, 2017

Diagnosing a diseased kidney in cats has become a common occurrence in veterinarian clinics. Chronic renal failure is the second most common cat illness – especially in senior cats. Outside of a kidney transplant, there is no absolute cure for a diseased kidney. You can improve your cat’s chances for a longer life by recognizing the symptoms of common diseases affecting your cat’s renal system.

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Diseases of the Kidney in Cats – Your “I’m Not an Idiot Guide” to Recognizing Feline Renal Failure

July 3, 2017

Diagnosing a diseased kidney in cats has become a common occurrence in veterinarian clinics. Chronic renal failure is the second most common cat illness – especially in senior cats. Outside of a kidney transplant, there is no absolute cure for a diseased kidney. You can improve your cat’s chances for a longer life by recognizing the symptoms of common diseases affecting your cat’s renal system.

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Poison To Cats – Are You Poisoning Your Cat With His Hairball Remedy?

April 25, 2017

It probably never occurred to you that you are damaging your cats with the hairball medicine you give them. Certainly not that you were giving poison to cats. In fact, overloading your cats’ diet with some hairball products can prevent absorption of a vital vitamin.

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For Cats in Kidney Failure – Early Testing For Cats in Kidney Failure Can Lengthen The Life Of Your Cat

March 29, 2017

Are you concerned that your cat has a urinary or kidney problem? When you are done reading this article, you’ll understand what tests are run for cats in kidney failure. You can help your cat live longer by getting him in early to the vet to have a a series of diagnostic tests run. Your veterinarian will perform urine and blood panels to check for symptoms for a cat experiencing chronic kidney failure.

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