It's an aluminum binder, its to bind the phosphorus because some CRF
kitties have trouble with their phosphorus getting high and if it get
too high it causes real problems. When Fred's phosphorus was at 8.1
which for a healthykitty is fine but for a CRF kitty is too high, he
wouldn't eat was
Way back in the 1990's my Skeeter had something, he couldn't pee and
I took him in just in time, I can't remember what it was called back
then, he would get cyrstals, he had to take a DL Methionine pill
everyday, I think he was also on special food for a while too but as
PS. I give meds to 3 of my 5 guys now and surprisingly considering the
last one that I had to start on meds has never had to take anything, she
is very good about it, thank goodness.
happiness is being owned by cats ...
Your Skeeter story is too funny! There is definitely a such thing as too much
of a good thing! LOL.
Ah! So Skeeter did receive a DL Methionine prescription! Perhaps I should
replace my cranberry for this.
However, if I do that, I lose the Vitamin C and Vitamin E as the cranberry is a
Thanks for your reply. You are the only one who did. I sincerely appreciate it.
I realize that some cats are more difficult to pill that others. Thank God I
have conditioned my kids to take their meds. Granted some do resist, but they
have learned that if they do not take their meds,
Have you looked at colostrum
On Aug 11, 2009, at 6:11 PM, Lora wrote:
Thanks for your reply. You are the only one who did. I sincerely
I realize that some cats are more difficult to pill that others.
Thank God I have conditioned my kids to take their meds.
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