I was reading some questions on your website here and noticed that some people who's cats have kidney problems are on medication. Why would my vet decide to treat my cat with just a diet change and not see any improvement (not eatting well, dehydrated, etc.) and not mention medication for my cat? Can a simple diet change to Hill's K/D help if the blood test showed high levels of the kidney? Also, how do I get my cat to eat when she doesn't feel like eatting anything. Is milk a good alternative? Thanks for your time.
You must talk to your vet about this. I am sure your vet has a reason for recommending this. I can not answer for your vet. Good luck, vetcare