Natural Cystitis Remedies for Cats

Last Modified on Nov 23, 2014

Apple Cider Vinegar, Cranberry   5  0   

Posted by Liz (Kamloops, Bc) on 10/30/2014

[YEA]  This site is a life saver! Three weeks ago I took my boy Gandalf (5yrs old) into the vet as he was having trouble urinating. They cathed him, gave him IV fluids and kept him for three days. They sent him home with special food and gave him a week's worth of antibiotics. Yesterday he began having the same symptoms as before and I knew he was blocked up again. Poor guy was in so much pain again and I didn't know what to do as I'm newly unemployed, a university student, and could not afford a second visit to the vet. I am so happy to have come across this site and ran to the store for apple cider vinegar and cranberry capsules. I mixed one part vinegar to two parts water and emptied one cranberry capsule into the mix. I started giving Gandalf 1ml of the mix with an eyedropper approx every 45 minute. I wound up giving him approximately 6 doses over the evening and prayed every time he attempted to pee that something would come out. Finally, he was able to relieve himself after a few hours passed. I am so thankful this worked! As per another post on this site I will give him some ACV once or twice a week to try and keep his pH levels in check.

Posted by Deanna (New Zealand) on 08/14/2014

I have a beautiful boy cat who I adore, he has been suffering from crystals in his urine for the last 4 weeks. I am at my wits end. I've spent $1500 at the vets to no end of pain for my boy and stress for me, which I can handle if it means Ivan will get better. It's now that horrible decision of having Ivan put down. I really don't want to but he's in so much pain. I went and bought Apple Cider Vinegar this morning and cranberry capsules. I've got until Monday to get Ivan better. Even if I see a little improvement it will be called off. But after reading all these stories it's giving me a ray of hope for my much loved boy. So thank you so much!

Posted by Chrissyp
Auckland, NZ
3 Posts
Hello there, sorry to hear about your cat's troubles. I have had success with a product called Tinkle Tonic for a chronic cystitis cat, I bought it off amazon and it was so great I had a local herbalist make it up here when it ran out as it was cheaper than shipping it to New Zealand. Also I added tomato sauce to my cat's food which helped acidify him and he didn't mind the taste. Best of luck and hope your cat makes a speedy recovery.
Posted by Theresa
Mpls., Mn
550 Posts
Thank you ChrissyP, for sharing your tips!

The Tinkle Tonic sounds like it is very helpful! The active ingredients are:

Couchgrass, Echinacea (purpurea), Marshmallow, Dandelion, and Horsetail.

How awesome you found an herbalist to brew this up for you and that your cat found relief!

Posted by Chrissyp
Auckland, NZ
3 Posts
Hi, yes the Tinkle Tonic worked wonders for my cat Thomas, I can highly recommend it! It seemed very soothing for the inflammation, plus we gave him a cranberry extract powder - and as our vet is a conventional and homeopathic vet we gave him homeopathic Thlaspsi Bursa - "Urinary.--Frequent desire; urine heavy, phosphatic. Chronic cystitis. Dysuria and spasmodic retention. H?maturia. Accumulation of gravel. Renal colic. Brick-dust sediment. Urethritis; urine runs away in little jets. Often replaces the use of the catheter. "

One thing I did too was offer 2 bowls of drinking water - one had ACV in it and the other just plain filtered water so he could choose :)

Posted by Gina (Great Neck, Ny) on 12/06/2013

[YEA]  The first time my 2yo male cat had cystitis symptoms, I gave him Cranberry standardized vegetarian vcaps which are a powder so I gave him 1/4 of the capsule 3x a day (about 100 mg each feeding by mouth or in food) and that cured him in a few days. Many months later/the next time he had the symptoms, I was worried that the cranberrry wasn't working fast enough so I gave him 1/4 tsp apple cider vinegar in food 2x a day, I brushed him for about ten minutes 2x a day and each time the brushing pressure on his sides and his relaxed state helped release some urine drops and then a spray! And i also gently manipulated/rubbed his tummy and sides, I gave him 250mg vitamin c in a vcap by mouth followed by a couple (large size dropper) of water only once a day for the 2nd and 3rd day. I didn't want to give him too much all at once but the water is very important and if he urinated some its ok to give more water.. I realized that giving him the same canned food just made him get worse so I bought the frozen raw chicken patties in a bag (natures variety) and I added a little distilled water that I heated to it and he was getting much better for the next few days very good and peeing more, and still good now about 5 days. I believe he had a bladder infection/inflammation so the cranberry and acv helped clear it up. I won't feed dry food at all to him. He is happy now. I am happy now. and I will keep feeding him the raw diet and I'm looking to make my own raw diet from scratch.

Posted by Theresa
Mpls., Mn
550 Posts
Hey Gina!

It sounds like your boy had a blockage and that you were able to get it dissolved and outta there: KUDOS!

Thank you for sharing what you did. I am especially appreciative of your after care: getting your cat to relax by grooming him and thus allowing the treatment to have maximum benefit.

Thank you!!!

Posted by Brent (Davidson, North Carolina) on 01/11/2012

[YEA]  I just wanted to say thanks to all those who posted, I JUST SAVE MY CATS LIFE!!! Chakra had a life threatening UTI, had all of the symptoms on people are talking about on here, (staying in the litter box for several minutes with very little urine coming out, trying to pee in strange places, etc.)

I took him to the emergency vet, but what they would have done I could never have afforded. I also want to be a natural doctor and figured what is the point in being into natural medicine if I can't treat myself and family in an emergency.

I took him home and put him a scaled down version of Dr. Richard Schulzes Kidney bladder Detox, scaled down meaning doses suitable for a cat. I used ACV, (1/4 cup ACV to 20oz of water). I gave him 1 or 2 teaspooms of this mixture 4 times a day, and then 15 minutes later, I gave him the Kidney bladder tea with a kidney bladder tincture, and detox tincture mixed in.

I wasn't taking any chances so I also added cranberry juice (the real stuff from the health food store, not ocean spray) 1 part juice to 3 parts water since it was 100% cranberry, not from concentrate, 2 to 3 times a day. And also fresh parsley tea 3 times a day. Parsley is a great diuretic (makes you pee)

The next day he was peeing a bit better, with not quite as many times in the box. The day after that he was peeing much better, with much less time in the box, by day three he was pretty much peeing normally, with no trouble at all.

Now he is totally back to normal, and then some!! He is playing more than he has in years, and seems happier and more content. I attribute this to the detox formula. I changed his diet to all super high quality wet food, with parsley tea added in. I just bought a cat water fountain, and will transition to raw meat diet soon.

I also threw in some colloidal silver and garlic to kill the bacteria.

I am writing this let people know that you can cure your cat, (and yourself) naturally. If anyone would like help with their cat I would be glad to share my story in more detail. I am not selling anything, and not affiliated with the company I mentioned, I just want to help people be self sufficient for their health.

Peace, Brent


Posted by Cynthia
Union, NJ
Thank you to all. I am sorry I didn`t find this page 2 weeks ago. I adopted 2 male kittens. They were brothers and I recently lost 1 to Urinary Tract Infection. I am determined to keep the other healthy. I started Apple Cider Vinegar 1/4 tsp. but how often and how long? I don`t twit or do Facebook so e-mail is my source of talking. Thank you for all your stories. You are all beautiful people. Cyn
Posted by Theresa
Mpls., Mn
550 Posts
Hey Cynthia!

There are no hard and fast rules on such individual cases. That said, folks generally adopt dosing the ACV in the drinking water as a maintenance practice for the life of the pet. Consider 1/4 teaspoon into 1 liter of drinking water and have that as the only drinking water at all times.

Posted by Karrie (Universal City, Texas, United States) on 11/21/2011

I am praying that this post will help my boy. He is a 11 year old male Himalayan and is my world.

Last year Mercury got blocked from bad food, namely Purina brand food, the stuff you get at the grocery store. That vet bill was 1,200 US with a 5 day ICU stay with our vet. Mercury did survive but for awhile there it did not seem like it, I was so grateful for his survival. Sadly Purina knows it's the ash content in their food. Comment to me was this is why they have created a brand for urinary issues. They make your cat sick 1st then give you and upgraded food to prevent it.

I swore never again... I have stuck to that no Purina, However recently I bought a brand of dry food and you guessed it- checked the bag, it's Purina... Due to the economic down turn I can not afford a huge vet bill. He has of 2 hours ago started symptoms again after only 3 weeks on this dry food. I noticed yesterday incessant cleaning of his privy parts, and 2 hours ago squatting and unable to urinate save for dribbles, I have given him the cranberry juice, and we have put the ACV on him as the post recommend, I have also put some in wet food for him hoping he will ingest it and that it will help him.

Please pray this helps him, I am sooooo scared right now.... treatment was given 30 mins ago...

If anyone can tell me how often to administer, I would really appreciate it. If this works, all of you will be my heroes. Mercury is family to us, and I feel so responsible. After reading these posts if he pulls thru Never again will he eat dry food!!!!

Praying for the best outcome, as my daughter and I sit by his side...


Posted by Cindy
North Las Vegas, Nevada
2 Posts
My eyes are tearing at your story! Mercury is also in most vaccines, but I read that we can request it without the mercury? I have to wonder if we can do the same for children's vaccines? Why would it be in the pet food? Sending prayers your way!
Posted by Me
Sacto, Ca
I think Mercury was the animal's name.

Posted by Deborah (Charlotte, North Carolina) on 11/10/2011

[YEA]  I have 11 cats. Needless to say I cannot afford my vet all of the time. I have had to find treatments on my own for some of our feline friends. Last month our Mouche had Cystitis. How do I know you say? Well the symptoms are urinating frequently on hard surfaces. Spotting of urine in a concentrated form. Painful sounds during the urination and constant licking of his bottom. If it is bad they can start to leak blood which means to me that their kidneys are affected.

Get some ACV immediately and some Cranberry juice, some plastic syringes from your pharmacy (which are usually free) and a big towel from your bathroom. Hydrating your cat is of most importance but this will get you going. Wrap your child in the towel so that his front paws are controlled. Give him a syringe of cranberry juice. He will start to salivate so be quick. If you can follow it by another syringe of water this will clear his palate and not be so uncomfortable... Then with the other syringe half full of ACV, put this on his hind quarters. This will make your cat lick it off thus ingesting the vinegar and will help in dissapating the crystals causing your cat so much pain. Do NOT give ACV orally all by itself. It can choke your cat. I then give him 3 to 4 syringes of water in the same day at different intervals in addition to the "distilled" water that you should buy also for this illness. The bleeding stopped almost immediately and I kept this treatment up for a month even tho he appeared to be just fine. He is back in the litter box and happy as he can be...

You can do it without going to the vet. I also bought an RX of Amoxil from a British pharmacy. I didn't have to use it. But if you do... Be careful... The pills come for human adults and you should talk to your vet before giving it to your cat.

Posted by Tracee
Rock Hill, Sc
Thank you for your post about the Cranberry juice. We are trying it as we speak and I am hoping that it will work. My baby has been to the vet numerous times for the same problem and we can't afford to go everytime. I am hoping that after a couple of doses of cranberry juice he will be back to himself. Thanks for sharing your story.
Posted by Dawn
Ottawa, Canada
I have a female cat with urine tract infections too!! She used to get the infections often but now it has been at least 2yrs since the last one... What we did REALLY helped us was buying a small pet water fountain for drinking. Most pet stores and Wal-mart carry these and they are only about $30.00. The water in it is recycled and the cat loves it as it is always flowing water. I find my cat drinks way more water out of this small drinking fountain then before. It has really improved her infections, they aren't gone forever. But big big improvements!!

Posted by Karenmarie (Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada) on 06/27/2010

[BETTER BUT NOT CURED]  After realizing my 2 year old male neutered cat had developed a UTI I decided to look up vet treatments and home remedies. I had recently dropped an $800.00 vet bill on my late kitty, Tranny, who suffered from a rare blood disease and needed to be euthanized. I do not believe in medical veterinary practices (or doctors for that matter) as the disease is treated as a separate entity from the animal or human. Upon discovering the treatment used by vets is generally anti-biotics mixed with an antidepressant i decided to veto that option as the UTI's are rarley a bacterial infection.

I discovered this amazing website and the use of ACV in cats with UTI's I decided to give it a try. My local health food store carries ACV with the mother aswell as organic cranberry juice. At first I only used the ACV (1/2 tsp in 2 tbs water) and administered three times a day with a syringe. My cat began to use the litter box in stead of the couch and floor for the first time in 3 days. I chose to add 1 tsp of cranberry juice (organic and unrefined) to his treatment adding another 1 tbs of water for extra dillution. His food has been switched to a raw organic canned food mixed with another tsp of ACV and cranberry juice.

Becuase of his lack of fluid consumption I syringe feed him 1/4 cup of regular water before his feeding time to ensure he has enough fluid to urinate any dissolved crystals aswell as keep him hydrated. By lighty pinching the skin on the back of his neck and holding it for a few seconds before letting it go, I found he was mildly dehydrated because his skin did not bounce back quickly.

It is now the third day and although his recovery is not as quick as I have read to be the norm for most cats, he is more playful, able to take naps and his nose (which was white before) has returned to it's normal fleshy pink color, his attitude has improved and us slowley returning to his happy affectionate self.

All in all I do see an improvment in his activity and although he has returned to peeing on the couch (only at night) the amount of urine is nearly a full bladder and their is no more traces of blood. I think his urinating on the couch behaviour is now a product of his connection with the pain of the UTI and his litter box, this should be cured with a few days if positive reinforcment.

Posted by Nicole (Toronto, Canada) on 03/25/2010

[YEA]  WOW...I'm just so thankful to have found this website!

I am generally not someone who posts, however in this case I wanted to to say thank you to all who have posted before me and hopefully to be of help to others.

I came upon this website earlier today after trying desperatly to find more information to help my cat Boomer, who is a(much loved) 9 year old male indoor cat. Over the last days I had recognized that he appeared to have cystitus again. It started first with him urinating in the bathtub, then I noticed some blood and over the last few days he has been trying to pee continously, clearly very uncomfortable and only managing a few drops at a time. He's been drinking allot more than usual and thus trying to pee just as much. Because of this he has been very restless and uncomfortable and not even able to take a nap. Last year he had the same issue and I took him into the vet, they tested him for a bacterial infection and did other testing as well. The test came back negative for any bacteria, but they still recomeneded a course of antibiotics to be on the safe side. This really didn't seem to do much. At that time I researched natural remodies and came up with my own concoction of cranberry juice, garlic, vitamin c and some greens mixed with raw food...after some time I was very thankful that his infection cleared up.

So yesterday I went out and picked up a few things like the cranberry juice to try to help him. In looking for more natural remedies for cystitus I came across this website and all of the posts about Apple cider vinegar, I was quite skeptical that it would really be of help to boomer because it just seems that his condition is more serious this time around, but I thought that it couldn't hurt to try before making the decision to take him to an emergency vet. Well that was this afternoon....I went to pickup the apple cider vinegar...although I'm not going to say that boomer is entirely out of the woods...I am amazed!! within a five hour period he is already signifigantly different. I started by giving him 1/2 teaspoon ACV with water in a dropper. It was a bit of a challenge to get him to take it at first this way, but did manage to get him to take about half and then I put the rest into some wet food and fed it to him that way, which he tolerated quite well. A few hours later I did the same thing and added more to his wet food and hand fed him which he seemed to like. I am very happy to say that he is now resting! and over the past few hours has stopped his pacing and peeing in spots outside of the litter box and the last few times he has gone to the washroom, it has been in his litter box. He is clearly calmed right down and much more comfortable.

So I am very hopeful that he is going to be ok. I am going to continue this for several days and most likely continue it in small amounts as a preventative measure Thanks again! and good luck to everyone else.

Cranberry and Tomato Juice   2  0   

Posted by Janet (Orlando, FL) on 08/22/2006

[YEA]  My cat suffered from this ailment on and off for years until I tried a few tablespoons of Tomato Juice in her food. Also had the same result with cranberry but since it's so bitter, it's hard to get it down her. Also I stayed away from the dried cat food which seemed to make it worse.

Posted by Marian
Buenos Aires, Argentina
[YEA]   My cat was diagnosed with FUS, and searching the internet, I found this wonderful site, probe first apple vinegar, but bladder had completely clogged so I had to take him to Emergency, where he uncovered, but after bringing it home, just to rust with blood, so use cranberry juice that I recommended this product and it worked yeah!

My kitten is completely clean, with cranberry juice, diluted with tap water. It was interesting to see, as when he drank the juice immediately cleaned and urine to blood. Thanks to all! I recommend this remedy always! Fus vet syndrome, NEVER AGAIN!

Cranberry Juice, Lemon   3  0   

Posted by Kimi (Alpine, Ca, Usa) on 09/13/2009

[YEA]  Cat Cystitis:

Hi! A sure-fire remedy for cat cystitis is unsweetened cranberry juice, fresh-squeezed lemon juice & water. 1 cup cranberry (unsweetened!!), 1 cup fresh-squeezed lemon juice & one third cup water. I administered 1tsp. doses by syringe every half hour and Daisy-Mae was cured within 6 hours after battling cystitis for months!!! YEAH! She would allow the syringe "feedings" because she knew it was giving her almost instant relief. I had tried everything... ACV, antibiotics, etc. This recipe worked like a charm and it is all natural! Love it.


Posted by Panda's Humans
Seattle, Washington, Usa
[YEA]   We are so thankful for this website and for Kimi's post! On Saturday, 04 September, we noticed that our 2 year old cat, Panda was struggling to urinate. It was after hours, so we called an emergency clinic to ask for suggestions. All they told us was to bring her in. The following Sunday morning, I had my daughter go on-line to seek out natural remedies. She came across this site and Kimi's post. We made a mixture of water, lemon juice and cranberry powder from capsules. We administered 1 teaspoon every half hour for six hours. Oh my goodness, within hours, Panda was looking better, by the end of the six hours, she had urinated with zero struggle and was playing like her usual self. Thank you so much!
Posted by Miss Moo
Cookeville, Tennessee U.s.a
[YEA]   My cat, Miss Moo (a 12 year-old Rumpy Cymric Manx), had been peeing blood and not using her litter box... And was using my kitchen floor as a new "pee spot. " When she urinated, she strained and there was very little urine. I tried the ACV with no luck in her, but ACV did help my male cat with gastrointestinal problems.

I used the fresh lemon juice and sugarless cranberry juice recipe you posted. I dosed kitty every 30 minutes for six entire hours. She was NOT happy about getting this. After 3 hours, she seemed stronger as she started to fight the doses. It's always been very hard to give her a pill or anything oral because she spits it out the sides of her mouth.

Anyhow, I placed some newspaper with a white paper towel on it in her pee spot so I could see the color of her urine. I woke this morning to see a LOT of urine. It was completely CLEAR! After trying antibiotic after antibiotic, ACV, and going CRAZY cleaning up pee and trying to help her as we couldn't afford to go to a vet because I live on a fixed income. This INDEED worked!!! I am VERY thankful to you for this recipe and posting the information on here! Bless you!

I placed a small litter box with her usual litter in her pee spot and am hoping that she will use that. This morning, after placing the small litter box there, she went to her usual litter box and peed. A blood-free, clear and a healthy amount came out with no straining or pain.

Again, thank you SO much! If ACV doesn't work for some... Please try this!!!

Posted by Brittany
Just wondering if it has to be fresh lemon juice and if the bottled one is ok. Also wondering if the cranberry pills are ok?
Posted by Gena
Pasadena, California
From what I have been reading on this site, Apple Cider Vinegar is the best remedy for cats with cystitis. You can dilute it and add it to the scruff on their necks and let them absorb it that way. I don't know about the other remedies you mention for cats, sorry.
Posted by Ellen
, Glennville, Ga,
Can anyone send me the recipe for cystitus in cats (cranberry juice & lemon)?
Posted by Theresa
Mpls., Mn
550 Posts
Hey Ellen!

The remedy posted to EC is this one:

1 cup cranberry juice (unsweetened!! )

1 cup fresh-squeezed lemon juice

one third cup water

The original poster administered 1tsp. doses by syringe every half hour for 6 hours and her cat's issued was resolved.

See the original post here:

D-Mannose   1  0   

Posted by Julie (Crystal River, Fl) on 09/07/2010

[YEA]  Urinary Tract Infections - Cats

I don't know if this can be used for dogs as some sweeteners are poisonous to them. A health food store employee told me to use D- mannose for UT infections for cats at 1/8 teaspoon divided into twice a day. This has worked wonders with 10 cats. It flushes the bacteria out of their urinary tract. Big money saver.

Posted by Tina
Tx/united States
Did you mix in food or with water?

Food With Cranberry   1  0   

Posted by Kathy (Waterbury, Ct) on 10/04/2010

[YEA]  I would like to tell of my experience so that it may help other cat owners. Mine starts with human cystitis. I suffered for 12 years with tons of doctor visits and medications, one operation and ONE CURE! Apple cider vinegar was suggested to me by my sister inlaw who is a chiropractor. But it ended up giving me heartburn after the first day. So when I called her to let her know she said that a lot of her patients tried cranberry pills, the juice usually has too much sugar. That was it for me, I tried them and have been using them since. One pill when I feel it coming on is all it has taken. I have not had to go to the doctor for cystitis in years.

I was very concerned when my big male kitty that we addopted came with the same problem as me. After spending over a thousand dollars in vet bills and special food diets from the vet's office, I decided to research what was in the foods myself. I was shocked to find that they sell cat food with cranberry in it. We switched my "pudgey" to a food that not only had cranberry but also had more meat in it. We stuck with the dry because we were concerned with his teeth being healthy. What a difference! This last food change worked. No more having to buy food at the vet. Almost all of the one's the vet suggested didn't have cranberry, so I can only assume that's what helped. Pudgey is going on 14 years now and is very healthy without cystitis any more. I worry about the ACV that people may be giving to the cats. The cat may be getting heart burn and may not be able to convey that to the owner. It is much easier to try a food with cranberry to see if it works than to syringe ACV into kitty. Thanks.

Posted by Juls
Chelsea, Mi
What food was it?

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Posted by Amy (Austin Tx) on 07/07/2013

My beloved Dante we have an unusual relationship he is capable of love he is so smart. You can imagine my concern when he started going to the litter box with little to no results. I read about cystitis in cats especially male neureured cats. Most of the stories about going to the vet seemed to the owners expensive and unsuccessful. I took my baby Dante anyway. No blood seemingly no pain but a diagnoses of cysistitis and special food and an emergecy number for when he finally does get blocked. I cried for days I can't afford thousands and like humans it's too late for insurance. Finally found this site - success!!!!! Thank You all for posting about this site. Please people post the long term effects but thank god for modern tech we are able to communicate and network broadband. I'm not discrediting vets they have as bad a rep as dentist and I love mine he is good but I got the feeling he didn't know anything else besides A low ash diet and less stress. First of all I assure you my Dante did not get cystitis from stress. He has his own bed eats from led free crystal bowl has a thousand square ft to roam. Watches TV three times a day while I slave to spoil his 17 1/2 lbs with 600 thread count sheets and down pillows he lives more luxurious than I do. So again Thank You.

EC: Hi Amy, please let us know the name of the remedy you used to treat your cat's cystitis. Thank you!

Posted by Charlotte (Middx, Uk ) on 02/20/2012

My cat Beau is now suffering from cystitis again (endless jumping in and out of the box, scratching at the sides, passing small amounts of urine) and I am so upset - thanks to the tax man taking £600 off of my wages, I can't take her to the vets until next month as I can't afford to get there, the bill and then to get back. Beau is already on two forms of medication which I thought where working but sadly not. I am wondering if it may be the food that she is eating that is the issue such as supermarket brand.

This whole thing as I have said is distressing to me, I love her and I hate to think of her being ill, and I start to wonder if I have caused it. I am going to try switching her back to brand food (Whiskers, Felix) and mixing a little water in with the food. Sadly due to the tax man I can't afford anything this month beyond my train ticket and Beau's medication, the milk we have in the house is Soya as my boyfriend is a diabetic, so I was hoping that someone could suggest something else that might help.

Posted by Lidia
Dallas, Texas
Increase water, diet can or raw food , can food contains 70 % water, dry food 10%. When my cat would developed cystistis, I found that friskies cat food (salmon or white fish which contain low in magnesium cure her. Try to give her purified water it flush out the bacteria thru the urine and help purify the cats inside.

Try herbal remedies according to the Natural pet urniary Health website. The herbs (cantharis) and the herb Staphysagris) can bring relief from the infection. Available in supplements and other herbal concoction in health food stores.

No dry food for now. Good luck , my cat lived 24 years.

Grain-Free Diet   1  0   

Posted by Susan (San Antonio , Texas ) on 03/24/2014

[YEA]  I have 6 cats. One of my Males and one of my Females can not tolerate any grains in their diet. Cats are carnivores; they are meat and water animals. Some cats can do okay on minimal grain. Brown rice and barley, NO CORN, NO WHEAT, NO SOY. If these two eat any grains they urinate blood. I put them on a grain free wet food and add more water (spring water or at least filtered) to make it mashed potato consistency. They cleared up within 12 hours of changing their diet and I have not had any urinary tract problems since. The food is more expensive but a lot cheaper than the vet, my babies are very happy and I am back to sanity.


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