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you can get a dry urinary health dry food at your vet. one of my cats has this issue and he's been fine for 8 years on the dry vet formula
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Thanks for that jpsantell. I shall get a bag of urinary health biscuits from the vet next trip to town.
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(06-16-2014, 08:24 PM)PaulaO2 Wrote: He could probably have his dry treats and be fine.

After a bit of searching I found this disease is called FLUTD (feline lower urinary tract disorder) & it must be fairly common. The recommendation is to feed wet (tinned) food, and for his dry meals "Hills C/D". This is called a prescription food so only available from vets. It produces a slightly acidic urine which dissolves crystals that may block the tract.


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Cats are great! Our girl, Vanya, get raw food and she is a very healthy 5 yr old. She does seem to need extra water mixed into with her meat as she otherwise will have pinkish urine.
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