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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > CKD 15 yr old kitty

Chrystal & Kirsten

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Purred: Wed Jun 5, '13 8:09pm PST 
Here is a very easy recipe for a cat with kidney disease. It makes a large amount, so you can freeze some for later. There are actually a lot of great recipes out there, but I think this one would be best for your cat.

1 cup water
1 cup chicken hearts
1 cup ground beef
1 cup organic brown rice
1 cup beef heart
1 cup ground chicken
1 cup oat bran cereal
1 tbsp calcium supplement
2 tbsp fish oil
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > recipes for ckd cat
Chrystal & Kirsten

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Purred: Wed Jun 5, '13 8:00pm PST 
Here is a very basic recipe for cats with kidney disease. It makes a lot so you can freeze the unused portion, thaw and heat up for later.

1 cup organic brown rice
1 cup white corn grits
1 cup corn grits polenta
1 cup soy lecithin granules
1 cup pork fat

Cook in water for 1 hour, mix well and let cool before serving.
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Cat Health > Foster Pregnant Mom has TWO nipples

Chrystal & Kirsten

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Purred: Wed Jun 5, '13 7:35pm PST 
There's nothing wrong with her. That is pretty much normal for a cat. How old is she? Her other nipples probably just never developed.
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Cat Health > Questions About My 4wk Old Kitten.

Chrystal & Kirsten

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Purred: Wed Jun 5, '13 7:32pm PST 
Were these feral kittens? Honestly, he's lucky to be alive. They key is to never give up. What happened to the mother cat? Is there anyway you can trap her or something? I don't know the situation here. But, it's always best for a kitten to be with it's mother. Unfortunately, we have a lot of feral cats around here and kittens are always ending up abandoned; usually because the mothers are trapped or killed. Try googling "kitten constipation" and see what you come up with. Have you given your kitten any kind of cooking oil? That could cause him to pass mucus in his stool. It can also indicate inflammed intestines. Is he on any medications? Some medications can cause inflammation in the intesintes, and therefore can cause mucus to pass in the stool.
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