Do NOT feed c/d if the other cats are eating it. if a cat with normal ph eats 
it they can get the opposite kind of crystals or bladder stone. this happened 
in my house. ZUse only s/o which prevents both kinds of crystals.



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Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] sturvite crystals, bladder infection

She drinks a lot of water.  I have 2 fountains and that has helped in the water 

consumption a lot.  They are fasinated by the sound of the water an each one 

hs/her own way of drinking frm the fountain.  Is the c/d food from Hill's?  The 

vet gave me some s/d and she ate of that real good when we got home.  Course it 

was nce and warm since it wa sitti by the heater all the way.  Last time he 

me some for her, she turned up her nose at it.  Harey the "pig" ate it all.

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> C/d only food... Only!!! And extra water has helped my tweety tremendously. 

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> My Homie has a lot of crystals and an infection.  The vet did a cystocentesis 

on her today in addition to urinalysis and sent a sample in for cultures and 

sens (aerobic and anaerobic) so we can find out which antibiotic will stop the 

bacteria infection.  Iam also starting her on Hills s/d which he said would 

disolve the crystals.  I have been giving her a cranberry paste but he said 

would clear out a lot of the "junk" in her bladder, but not do enough to 

the crystals.  Plus, we spend at least 20 minutes running arond the house every 

time I get it out.  I swear she smells it because even tho she is not in the 

room when I get it out, she starts ducking and dodging to avod me.  I feel like 

a cutting horse trying to out guess her and figure which way she is going to go 

next.  Thisis her 3rd time this year with this.  

> ???? Anyone know of wholistic helps for this situation?  I tought of vitamin 
> C 

since it is acidic and might disolve them some.  


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