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April 08, 2014
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From handling waste to regulating blood pressure, your cat’s kidneys are doing a lot of work. So when something goes awry, whether it’s a simple infection, kidney stones, or a more complex disease, it can wreak havoc with your cat’s health. Treatment options for kidney-related problems in your cat vary based on the cause: bacterial infections, which are fairly common, are treatable with antibiotics, while kidney failure can only be managed with drugs and dietary changes, and is not curable.
In addition to antibiotics and other pet meds, dietary adjustments and prescription diets can also sometimes help treat kidney disease.
See more information on diet-based principles for managing cat kidney disease.
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