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Food & Nutrition > 8 year old kitty with early stages of renal failure

Angel Lily

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Purred: Sun Jan 27, '13 1:32pm PST 
My pomeranian brother has early CRF. He is on an all canned renal diet, and his bloodwork and urine has remained normal ever since. You need to get renal food from the veterinarian.
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Food & Nutrition > Can food determine behavior?
Angel Lily

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Purred: Sun Dec 9, '12 11:45am PST 
Definitely! You are what you eat, and this doesn't just apply to people. If you eat bad, you will feel bad. Food is the ultimate key to your health.
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Cat Health > cracking/bleeding ears

Angel Lily

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Purred: Sun Nov 25, '12 11:00am PST 
Babycat is a first stage kitten formula. You need to find an adult food. And, yes, food allergies start to develop around age 7, and Spazz is 6. I would think about talking to a vet and switching foods.
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Cat Health > Kidney Failure

Angel Lily

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Purred: Sun Nov 25, '12 10:40am PST 
Kidney failure is not painful, you just generally feel like garbage, like when you get the flu, because you get so dehydrated. Canned renal diets help alot when going through kidney disease.
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Cat Health > cracking/bleeding ears

Angel Lily

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Purred: Fri Nov 23, '12 11:37am PST 
A sign to dry skin would be dandruff, if it truly is, use fish oil. Yet, this sounds like a symptom to the beginning of food allergies. What are you feeding?
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Food & Nutrition > My Kitten has Runny Stool
Angel Lily

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Purred: Fri Nov 23, '12 11:14am PST 
You need to deworm her, definately. You need to run a fecal at your vet. She could have coccidia or giardia. Don't let it go too long, she could get sick quicky at that age.
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