Acute Kidney Disease
General information on Acute Kidney Disease
Acute Kidney Disease is most common in younger cats. This can be caused by viral infections, bacterial infections and can also be caused by ingesting a toxic substance.
Symptoms of Acute Kidney Disease
Symptoms of Acute Kidney Disease include loss of appetite, vomiting, dehydration and depression.
Treatments for Acute Kidney Disease
Your vet will need to take a blood sample to make a proper diagnosis. Dietary changes will be created to compensate for the damaged kidneys.
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My cat is lethargic and not eating and sleeping alot bad breath lost alot of weight not even moving. Not using the liter box help
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