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Advice for cat with Chronic Cystitis requested Page 6 of 9

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OK will do that in a moment, 17:00 BST.
I usually attempt to give her a crushed pill in a teaspoonful of fresh milk which usually works (otherwise it's a case of stressing her to put it in her mouth and make her swallow). I have some bio yogurt I will give her some of that as well.

She has passed another clot or something and the urine is still stained -hopefully the urging is easing.
 
bunbun last decade
what is current status?
 
John Stanton last decade
On the 23rd she seemed fine, no bleeding, quite social but not overly so, no obvious thirst or hunger but a normal appetite for sure. Generally very normal and good.

This morning she is much the same. If there is a change I will post.
 
bunbun last decade
ok...
 
John Stanton last decade
Numnum has been urinating blood again this morning, and has been squatting in inappropriate places. Her appetite is normal from what I can tell (runs at the sound of dishes being put down) and seems happy enough apart from the urging which isn't as frequent as it has sometimes been.

Is a remedy indicated?
thanks.
 
bunbun last decade
what characteristics of blood?
 
John Stanton last decade
I have a dog that has chronic cystitis since she was a puppy. Very same symtoms as the cat.
What remedy do you recommend for prevention?
What remedy do you recommend for a vaginal yeast infection?
 
newbee last decade
newbee---start a new thread concerning dog---and list health hisrory information in as must detail that comes to mind...
 
John Stanton last decade
Bright red, small droplets of urine/blood (mixed) mostly blood. No unusual smell, no clots.
Still sociable enough, sitting on laps.

Could a moderator possibly rename my thread "Advice for cat with bladder tumour?" as I think it is misleading for those not following it properly and seeking advice.
Many thanks
 
bunbun last decade
what quantity blood altogether has been passed these past 2 days?
 
John Stanton last decade
I do not know what has been passed outside of the house, but it has only been over the past 24 hours, and approximately one teaspoon blood with a little urine (at least 5 spots on the ground/litter tray).

I have to go to bed now (it is unusual for me to still be up at this time: 3:20am) - I'll be up a further five minutes, if no reply by then, I will carry out directions at a more earthly hour :)
 
bunbun last decade
Just to clarify, when I say:

"one teaspoon blood with a little urine (at least 5 spots on the ground/litter tray)."

I mean that 'teaspoon' is divided up into those five or so spots around the house.
 
bunbun last decade
ok--post back tomorrow and we'll access from that point..
 
John Stanton last decade
Hello
I've been trying to figure her out today, she seems to be quite alright, the tumour isn't currently bleeding. This morning her urine seemed slightly pink, but ever since the urging/squatting doesn't seem to be happening.

I have noticed lately that if she hears me cleaning out the wet litter she comes to use the tray, and isn't shy about doing it 'right under my nose', as I am bent over the litter tray. This isn't a sudden response, I would say it has been going on for several weeks, if she happens to be around when I remove wet litter from her tray. Just thought I'd mention it. Usually when younger/healthier she would be shy of being observed.
 
bunbun last decade
any co-realtion betwen when first noticed the bleeding and her urinating in front of you?
 
John Stanton last decade
To be honest, whenever she had 'Cystitis' as a young cat she would squat as and when necessary, a case of 'needs must' - but this change could possibly be either because she trusts me not to be angry (I always praise her when she uses the tray) or because she is older now - unless it is an emotional response that I cannot determine.
 
bunbun last decade
I forgot to report.
She seems fine today, urine seems clear.
 
bunbun last decade
how often she going out in evening? and for how long?
 
John Stanton last decade
In evening, perhaps on average half an hour. Lately she is always home for her dinner before I go to bed, I do not know her overnight habits. She is always here in the mornings.
 
bunbun last decade
ok...
 
John Stanton last decade
Her urine has been blood stained through the night. She has been passing small quantities, about 1 or 2 teaspoons, in the litter tray not on the floors.
No sign of any clots.

In herself - she is sleeping a lot, but seems content. Has a good appetite and normal thirst I believe.
 
bunbun last decade
On emptying litter tray, she did have one small clot in the night. I haven't seen her urinate yet all morning, so I am not sure whether the bleeding has passed or not.
 
bunbun last decade
single dose "only" calcarea phosphoricum 30c..
 
John Stanton last decade
OK thank you, it is now 00:15 BST on 30th Sept - I am about to give her the remedy.

She has had clear urine, hasn't been very sociable, but has been in the house all day. Came to see me this evening, as if to say "hey" then just left to sleep again on the kitchen table. Has had normal appetite and thirst, normal urine - just kept herself to herself a little more. Will give her Calc phos now and report back at a more earthly hour.
 
bunbun last decade
ok.....
 
John Stanton last decade
No news, she is fine, but sleeping a lot. Appetite and everything still fine, has taken to sleeping in a box we have left on the table which is ok.
 
bunbun last decade

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