Feline Chronic Kidney Disease

A cat demonstrating nausea, loss of appetite, excessive urination, and weakness or other signs may be experiencing symptoms of Feline Chronic Kidney Disease.
Blood tests can help differentiate the diagnosis from other possible causes.

Unfortunately, vets may not be aware of or may not give full information on many of the treatments that may benefit such cats.

The below website offers extremely helpful resources for cat owners dealing with Feline Chronic Renal Disease:

Tanya' Comprehensive Guide to Feline Chronic Kidney Disease
( felinecrf.org )

Two treatments that may be especially helpful and cost-effective, that a vet may fail to mention:
Wishing the best to you and your cats!



Chelsea, shown here,
developed Chronic Kidney Disease
when she grew old.

Her life was extended many months
and vastly more comfortable because
of information found at
felinecrf.org.