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My kitty has Struvite crystals...

D PD P The Big AppleMember Posts: 18
edited 11 June, 2007 in Cat Health
Hi! My kitty, Faith, was diagnosed with struvite crystals recently and she\'s currently eating Purina UR to help with the problem. I\'m finding a lot of information on the internet about struvite crystals and it\'s all a bit confusing. Does anyone have any suggestions about other foods or supplements that might help Faith? Thanks so much!

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  • Karen LeeKaren Lee The kingdom of Mer-lotMember Posts: 89,020
    edited 11 June, 2007
    Eating more canned food is thought to help prevent crystals. Canned food has a high water content which is helps maintain a healthy urinary tract. Any canned food will work, not just prescription food. Here's a web site that tells why any canned food is best for us to eat and to help prevent certain health issues: http://www.catinfo.org
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