Kidney failure is one of the most common health problems suffered by cats, particularly as they grow older.
But there have been a number of exciting scientific developments in recent years and there are now ways of slowing the progression of the disease. Perhaps more importantly, new treatments can improve the quality of life for a loved pet suffering from kidney failure.
The purpose of this site is to explain the most common causes of kidney failure in cats, and the latest treatments available today.
The signs of kidney failure may include
excessive thirst and urination
loss of appetite
weakness or lethargy
nausea and vomiting
mouth ulcers and halitosis (smelly breath)
poor coat condition
signs associated with high blood pressure (visual disturbances, behavioural changes)
If your cat is showing any of these signs please consult your veterinarian immediately!
If your cat has already been diagnosed with kidney failure, we hope that this site will help you gain a better understanding of the condition.
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