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Guide to Cat Bladder Disease and What You Can Do About It

I don't know a thing about you, but I'll bet that the health of your cat is important to you. If that's the case, you need to make sure that you spot, treat, and prevent cat bladder disease as quickly as possible.

Feline bladder disease is called a silent killer by some people. Many pet owners don't even notice their cat is affected until it is too late because cats have such a high tolerance to pain.

Cat bladder disease can occur in both males and females. However, it can be more of a serious problem in males because they are more susceptible to the formation of bladder crystals.

In the majority of cases of feline bladder disease, a bacterial infection or a combination of bacterial infection and bladder stones is the cause. If there are crystals present, they usually cause irritation and infection before forming bladder stones.

Some common symptoms of cat bladder disease include frequent or infrequent urination, spending a long time in the litter box, blood in the urine, and producing small amounts of urine. If you notice these symptoms, it's important that you take your cat to the veterinarian for diagnosis and treatment.

If you have a male cat, it is especially imperative that you take him to see a vet if you notice that he is not urinating. The complete blockage of urine flow is considered a medical emergency because it can become fatal in just 2 to 3 days. Male cats are more susceptible to urinary blockages because their urethras are longer and narrower.

In the case of urinary blockage, treatment aims at dissolving the stones or crystals or restoring the flow of urine. This can be achieved by inserting a catheter into the urethra or by dissolving the blockage by giving your cat a homeopathic remedy.

Homeopathic remedies are very helpful in curing cat bladder disease and alleviating its symptoms. It can also be used to cure bacterial infections of the bladder. Best of all, homeopathy is completely safe and side effect free. Look for a homeopathic remedy that contains cantharis and uva ursi.

Uva ursi is a urinary tonic that maintains a healthy pH level in the urinary tract. Cantharis maintains the healthy flow of urine.

To treat feline bladder disease, you can give your cat up to 6 doses of a homeopathic remedy each day for 7 to 10 days. To prevent the bladder problems and to promote optimal bladder health, you can give your cat 2 doses of a homeopathic remedy per day.

So there you have it. Cat bladder disease is a common problem but it can be easily treated and prevented with the right remedy. So get out there and shop around for a homeopathic remedy that will effectively get rid of your cat's bladder problems and help him achieve permanent health and recovery.

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