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Kidney Function Support
Urinary Tract Care from Vet Approved Rx
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Most Common Urinary Tract Problems?
Of the top 10 medical conditions for which people filed veterinary insurance claims in 2011, #1 was bladder infection, and #2 was chronic kidney disease! If your cat's peeing outside the litter box, she's probably trying to tell you that she has a problem with her kidneys or bladder.
Take care of your cat's urinary tract by encouraging lots of fresh water drinking, providing enough litter boxes and keeping them clean, and feeding a high-quality diet. Water fountains are often preferred by cats, who like to drink fresh, moving water. Cats are also quite fastidious about cleanliness, and may be turned off by a dirty litter box.
Some say that cats should never be fed kibble, while others think it's okay. Some companies even make prescription cat foods for urinary problems that consist of kibble. Others say that cats should only eat a raw diet to stay healthy. Do some research and find the diet with which both you and your cat are comfortable.
Many treats and supplements contain substances that will boost a cat's urinary tract functions. If your veterinarian recommends such additional support for your cat, you'll find several of them here. Again, your cat will provide the final approval for any such choices!
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