What is Calcitriol?  It was not suggested by my vet when my
16 year old cat had CRF.

On 10-25, Natalie wrote:
> I have dealt with many, many renal failure cats - some urine may be quite
> diluted if cat gets fluids daily; however, those that don't and don't drink
> enough water, the urine can be quite concentrated.  I've also had an older
> cat that didn't get sub-q fluids, and he always peed under himself in his
> sleep. Every cat and every case is different, even if they all receive the
> same treatment. But since most of the renal failure cats get Calcitriol,
> their lives have been dramatically changed for the better and longer,
> without many typical and expected side effects. Natalie

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