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URINARY PROBLEMS

Urinary tract diseases are one of the most common problems in cats

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WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS?

The causes of these urinary problems can be stress caused by an inappropriate environment or a house move, neutering and being overweight or highly concentrated urine.

Presence of
blood in the urine (haematuria)

Increase in the
frequency of urination (pollakiuria)

Pain when urinating (dysuria)

Trouble urinating (strangury)

Urination
outside of the litter tray in inappropriate places
(periuria)

If your cat has any of these symptoms is it possible that they have some urinary problem such as stones in the urine, idiopathic cystitis or blockages.

TYPES OF URINARY PROBLEMS

1

Idiopathic cystitis
This involves inflammation of the bladder, the origin of which is unknown, but it is thought that a cat’s stress has an important role to play.

2

Struvite and oxalate stones. 
This is the formation of crystals and stones, that can appear in different parts of your cat’s urinary tract.

3

Struvite blockages
It is a urinary blockage that means that your cat will not be able to urinate, which means that you must go to see your trusted vet.

HOW CAN YOU HELP YOUR CAT?

  • If you notice any of these symptoms in your cat, go to your trusted vet to get the most appropriate treatment.

  • Make sure that your cat does not stop drinking water.

  • With nutrition that…

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Is low in magnesium and minerals

Has antioxidants and Omega 3 fatty acids

BENEFITS OF ADVANCE URINARY

What urinary problem does your cat have?

IMPEDES THE FORMATION OF STRUVITE AND OXALATE STONES
HELPS TO INCREASE THE VOLUME OF URINE AND ITS DILUTION
HELP TO RECUPERATE URINARY TRACT MUCOSA
FOR LONG-TERM DAILY FEEDING

Struvite and oxalate stones are the most common ones and can cause your cat great discomfort

HELP CONTROL BODY WEIGHT
LOWER MAGNESIUM AND URINE PH AND HIGHER SODIUM AND POTASSIUM TO DECREASE URINE RELATIVE SUPERSATURATION (RSS) IN STRUVITE AND OXALATE
HELP PROTECT THE INTEGRITY OF THE URINARY EPITHELIUM
FOR LONG-TERM DAILY FEEDING
HELP TO REDUCE STRESS, A PREDISPOSING FACTOR FOR FELINE IDIOPATHIC CYSTITIS, URINE MARKING AND URINATION AT INNAPROPRIATE PLACES
LOWER MAGNESIUM AND URINE PH AND HIGHER SODIUM AND POTASSIUM TO DECREASE URINE RELATIVE SUPERSATURATION (RSS) IN STRUVITE AND OXALATE
HELP PROTECT THE INTEGRITY OF THE URINARY EPITHELIUM
FOR LONG-TERM DAILY FEEDING

ADVICE TO IMPROVE THEIR WELL-BEING

Help your cat to improve their well-being and reduce stress by following these pieces of advice:

1.

FEED THEM WITH ADVANCE VETERINARY DIETS URINARY

Each cat should have a food bowl and several fresh water bowls that are frequently refilled. The bowls should be away from the litter tray, in quiet places.

2.

HIDING PLACE AND ESCAPE ROUTES

The cat should be able to move around freely, explore and climb if they want to. They should have hiding places and escape routes.

3.

HIGH RESTING AREA

Each cat should have a comfortable individual area, in a high, separate and peaceful place. Avoid drafts.

4.

CLEAN LITTER TRAY

Each cat should have a litter tray plus one extra, located in a quiet spot. They should clean themselves daily and wash themselves thoroughly every week.

5.

SOCIAL CONTACT

The cat should be able to play with other animals or with their owner if they want to. They should be able to avoid interaction with animals outside through windows

6.

SCRATCHING POST AND TOYS

Each cat should have a scratcher and toys that they can carry. The toys should be rotated to offer them new things.

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