Saturday, October 1, 2022

What is causing blood in my cat’s urine?

Q. I have a two-year-old Siamese cat who has blood in his urine. He has been on the heaviest antibiotic, even though his urine sample did not reveal infection or crystals. He has also had an x-ray, which showed nothing. Can you give me some advice as to what might be causing this?


A. The bladder is just a sensitive holding container for urine, which is a potentially toxic waste product of the body. The rule of thumb is: the poorer the quality of food, the greater the waste content of the urine. You can check my new website, www.drmarty.com, for recommendations on feeding.

I like treating these conditions with homeopathics such as Urinary Aid by Professional Complementary Health Products, BHI’s Uri-Cleanse and/or Uri-Control, and herbal formulations like UT Strength by Vetri-Science.

Category: Cat
Tags: Bladder Infection, Bloody Urine, Crystals, Herbal Remedies
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