|Barked: Thu Oct 7, '10 7:59am PST |
|Also for CRF cats, it works well to give them more fat (1/3 of their diet can be fat, but please correct me if I'm wrong on that number!). Fat is lower in phosphorus than meat, and fat gives a CRF cat extra calories - something they really need!
CRF cats also have the tendency to easily get constipated, so its sometimes best for them to feed balanced raw every single day instead of over time.
See if the vet will prescibe him calcitriol. It worked wonders for Milo. Also benezipril. Sorry, I can't spell...
Slippery Elm Bark is a must for people with CRF cats to have around as well, as CRF cats tend to have digestive upsets (diarrhea, stomach acid, constipation).
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