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Feeding a cat with urinary problems.
I've seen many threads now asking what to feed a cat with all types of urinary problems, so I thought it would be a good idea to make a thread about it.
Cats with any of these problems need alot of water, so it is best to feed an all canned or raw diet. You should also stay away from fish completelỵ You shouldn't mix kibble with water, because when its left there for awhile, it creates a mold that can make the cat sick. To get your cat to drink more water, it wouldn't be a bad idea to get a pet water fountain. A little cranberry/cranberry juice helps sometimes, alsọ. Ãve heard foods with low magnesium/ash help, toọ.
High quailty foods are really helpful.