Blood in urine for a catI don't know if this forum ever makes suggestions for pets, but my friend's cat has had persistent problems with blood in the urine. She had ultrasound and nasty, scary stuff has been ruled out. Possibility of crystals in the kidney, but not able to confirm, but none seen in urine.
The vet doesn't know how to help her. Antibiotics always seem to clear the blood up, but the last episode showed no bacteria, so it's apparently not an infection.
Her symptoms are bloody urine, urinating frequently and inapporpriately (not in the box), probable pain as evidenced by this behavior and the fact that she is very restless, perhaps it's painful for her to sit or lie down. She used to sit in one room all the time, and now she wanders all over the place as if she doesn't know what to do with herself. Weight loss, increased appetite, but recently started to dislike food she's been eating a long time. Friendlier with other cats in household than before. Coat is in bad shape. Paws are often cold. Sometimes she hides in small spaces, which she never used to do. She is also probably hypothyroid, and we're looking into that. Wish I had more symptoms, but we can't ask the kitty how she feels.
If anyone has a suggestion for a remedy, I would be so grateful. Thank you.
[message edited by turtledove on Sat, 25 Aug 2012 04:15:32 BST]
turtledove on 2012-08-25
1. Terebinthina-30 (30c) 5 drops 3 times every day in one teaspoonful water.
Pl give this treatment for 15 days and then give feedback
shouse_nsk 8 years ago
Is it OK to use Boiron pellets instead? I already have those and I try to avoid anything with alcohol, although I know it'll be very diluted.
If not, then the 5 drops go in a teaspoonful of water, does the cat have to get the whole teaspoonful, or just a small portion of it?
turtledove 8 years ago
If liquid then 5 in one teaspoonful water every time for 3 times in a day. (total 3 teaspoonful water)
shouse_nsk 8 years ago
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