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Re: cat news

My cat, Cody, was passing both types of crystals and had blood in his urine
about 18 months ago. After two sets of antibiotics, the crystals cleared,
but the blood was still in the urine. The doc did an x-ray and one of his
kidneys is smaller than the other and had calcifications on it.
She put him on dry C/D for 6 months and then rechecked and those
califications pretty much disappeared. After another 6 months, we rechecked
and HE still had blood in his urine and his pH was high again. So Cody got a
dose of antibotics to kill a potential infection. Then, pH was again high so
we have added C/D canned food to his regime. His pH is now normal and he is
still one happy cat.

----- Original Message -----
From: <TeichFauna@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2008 3:22 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] cat news

> You mentioned that on this list once before.  I had forgotten all  about
> Thanks.  I'll check into it.
> Took Pinkerton to the Vet. again.  Thought she had a kidney infection
> was on antibiotics for 10 days, but did no good.  She had pathology  work
> done that didn't show anything, so today she had Xrays.  She has  kidney
> stones.
> Has to have surgery.  The Vet said that they can  return much as they do
> humans.   Has anyone's cat ever had these,  what did you do to prevent
> from reoccuring??  Dr. said depending on  type, could be just a change in
> diet.
> Anyone's cat with such  experience???
> Thanks,
> Noreen
> zone 9
> Texas Gulf Coast
> In a message dated 10/27/2008 5:42:09 PM Central Daylight Time,
> gardenqueen@gmail.com writes:
> Noreen,  that Bach's Rescue Remedy is good stuff if you haven't tried it.
> used to start putting a few drops in Sugar's water every day for about  a
> week before we went to the vet for her annual check up and it helped  a
> little.  At least I didn't lose any fingers that way.  It just  helps them
> chill a tad.  And it's herbal, all  natural.
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