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A cat with a UTI, or urinary tract infection, will commonly urinate outside of the litter box. Look for frequent urination as a sign of a possible UTI in a c…
A cat’s bladder infection is treated with veterinarian-prescribed antibiotics. Treat a cat’s bladder infection with tips from a veterinarian in this free vid…
http://catcaretips.org Cat Cat Urinary Tract Infection is very common for cats especially for the male – neutered or not. This can be repeating all through t…
Advice on cat eye infection treatment from Dr. Patrick McHale, DVM from the www.cat-health-guide.org Like humans, cats can get an eye infection too. Anytime there are any kinds of problems with the cat eye, you are encouraged to visit a veterinarian as soon as possible. The veterinarian will determine if there is a common cause, such as a corneal scratch or bacterial infection. Most cases are uncomplicated bacterial infections of the eye that will respond to eye drops. There are other more complicated things that can happen in the eye, and a physical examination will help to determine that.
Advice on treating a feline urinary infection from www.cat-health-guide.org featuring Dr. Patick McHale on behalf of the Cat Health Guide. With a cat urinary tract infection there are few things that can help a little. Encourage them to drink water, keep the litter box clean. The vet will do a urinalysis do check for white blood cells and crystals in the urine. When cats metabolize food, a certain percentage of cats do not do a good job with that, resulting in crystals that cause cystitis. Crystal formation can be formed as the result of the diet. With males, it can [More]