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A Guide to Curing Cat Bladder Disease

I don't know about you but I'll bet that you care a lot about the health and well being of your cat. Cat bladder disease, aka "the silent killer," is something you need to be aware of if you want to make sure your cat stays safe and healthy.

Cats are highly tolerant of pain so you may not notice that your cat is suffering from feline bladder disease until it has gotten severe. The causes of bladder disease include bacterial infection, stones and crystals, and cancer.

Some common symptoms of cat bladder disease include straining to urinate, blood in the urine, frequent urination, urinating outside of the litter box, and urinating only drops at a time. If you notice these symptoms in your cat, it's important to take him to the vet to get diagnosed.

Male cats are more likely to suffer from feline bladder disease due to crystals because their urethra is longer and narrower. Female cats are more likely to suffer from bladder disease due to bacterial infections because their ureters are shorter.

Cat bladder disease from stones or crystals is usually treated with an antibiotic, surgery, or a special diet. Your veterinarian will determine the severity of your cat's blockage and recommend a particular treatment. Even going 2-3 days with a completely blocked urinary tract can be fatal for your cat.

Bladder disease caused by a bacterial infection is usually treated with antibiotics. Antibiotics may be helpful if your cat's infection is pretty severe but you should avoid it if possible. The side effects can be harsh and it will only suppress the symptoms of your cat's infection rather than get to the root of the cause.

If you want to cure cat bladder disease and help your cat achieve permanent recovery, give your cat a homeopathic remedy. Homeopathic remedies are different from herbal remedies. They contain natural substances that when given to a healthy cat in large doses, would produce the symptoms.

In contrast, small doses of these natural substances actually help heal cats suffering from bladder disease. The principle of "like treats like" is the basis of homeopathy.

For example, allium cepa is a homeopathic remedy created from onion. Since onion causes water eyes and runny nose, allium cepa is used to treat allergies and other illnesses that cause those symptoms.

For feline bladder disease, a homeopathic remedy containing plant-based substances like uva ursi and cantharis would be most effective. Uva ursi is a well-known urinary tonic and cantharis maintains a healthy flow of urine and soothes the bladder.

So what's stopping you from getting a homeopathic remedy to treat cat bladder disease? It is completely safe, natural, and easy to use and it will actually help your cat recover permanently from bladder problems.

With homeopathy, you can get rid of your cat's bladder disease and prevent it from ever becoming a problem again

Laura Ramirez is a passionate researcher of natural remedies which heal disorders and keep pets vibrant and healthy. Find out more about safe, effective ways to maintain your pet's urinary tract health at

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