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    Actually, there are several factors that will...

    Actually, there are several factors that will cause UTI, even if a cat is on a raw meat diet. Some people put vegetables in the diet, which can create problems including crystals, also, Vitamin C...
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    Starr

    The best way to avoid any of this in the future is a species-appropriate diet of fresh, raw meat. Urinary crystals are avoidable if you feed this way. The urine becomes too alkaline in the presence...
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    Excessive licking

    These conditions are usually diet-related.

    In short, a cat should NEVER be fed a KIBBLE DIET! If you want to avoid many health problems, feed a raw meat diet.

    More at www.felinefuture.com
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    Oliver

    Your problems with Oliver sound like they're diet-related. If you want to avoid these problems in the future, you might try a raw meat diet - we have seen diabetes cured by feeding a...
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    Renal failure

    Good morning all!

    Just a note about renal failure, but first, I have to say that this is such a great group of cat-lovers :) I'm very impressed with all the concern and support!

    In future, for...
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    Hello Star: Regarding the raw meat diet, an...

    Hello Star: Regarding the raw meat diet, an average size cat eats about 1/4 lb. of BALANCED raw diet per day. Your vet is partially correct in wanting to keep the protein level low, But the latest...
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    Cats should never eat a kibble diet - there are...

    Cats should never eat a kibble diet - there are many reasons, including, a cat is not a natural water-drinker, and even when they do drink water, they can never drink enough to re-hydrate the dry...
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    Hi all: This is an interesting subject! LOL I...

    Hi all: This is an interesting subject! LOL I almost never find vomit from our two cats, and I feed a raw meat diet - I wonder if this has anything to do with it.

    Gayle;)
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    Arthritis

    My experience with arthritis, is that if the problem is not connected to an old injury, the arthritis can be dramatically reduced, or disappear if you feed a raw meat diet. We have seen this happen...
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    Pet foods and vets

    I'm going to go out on a limb here, Jessika, and make the assumption that the vets don't know what goes into these pet foods? If they did, they may not be so apt to sponsor some of these corporate...
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    Our precious little carnivores!

    Hello everyone:

    When it comes to general cat health, you might like to take a look at the Feline Future website - this is where much of the holistic veterinary community sends their clients for...
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    Thirsty cat

    Hello: It sounds like your cat might have something going on with kidneys or perhaps diabetes? Cats are not naturally water-drinkers. Our domestic cats are originated as desert-dwellers, and the...
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    Hi Bonnie: I don't want to get into promoting...

    Hi Bonnie: I don't want to get into promoting through this chat area, however we are in the business of balancing raw feeding. We have been doing this for the past 12 years, and a number of...
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    If you want to see the tartar disappear, give...

    If you want to see the tartar disappear, give your dog a raw bone to chew on, every other day, and you should see this problem disappear. Beef leg bones are a good choice, as they are big, and full...
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    Anal glands

    The usual reason that dogs 'scoot' is due to impacted anal glands. The cause of impacted anal glands is diet. The stool is too soft, due to the grain content or carbohydrate content of the...
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    I truly believe that if anything is going to help...

    I truly believe that if anything is going to help Star, it will be a biologically correct diet of raw meat........we see this happen too often........kidney failure, due to commercial pet foods. ...
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    Hello again: We have been feeding raw for...

    Hello again: We have been feeding raw for several years now, and educating people on the benefits. The reason that cats run into problems is commercial foods, particularly the dry kibble - they are...
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    If we're talking about chronic kidney failure, it...

    If we're talking about chronic kidney failure, it is not a very good prognosis - and better to keep the cat on the food she is used to. However, if there is still kidney function, try switching to...
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    Star

    Hello: I just came across your postings, and I'm wondering if perhaps Star has irritable bowel disease? It sounds like the symptoms. We have seen this IBD clear up in 24 - 48 hours when fed a diet...
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    cat with uti

    in my experience, the cause of urinary tract infections is commercial pet foods. The carbohydrate content upsets the Ph level in the urine, and crystals are the result, accompanied with the usual...
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