Cat UTI prevention is simple once you understand the root cause.
Your veterinarian can help you uncover the root cause of your cat’s persistent infections.
Once you figure out why your cat keeps getting UTIs, take one of the following precautionary measures.
At Home Cat UTI Prevention
Your vet will let you know the best course of action.
Sometimes at home remedies such as supplements can help improve your cat’s bladder health.
Older female cats, cats with bladder stones or those with diabetes mellitus are at a higher risk of developing UTIs.
Take your cat for regular check ups if they are prone to increased risk of infection.
Diagnostic Cat Litter
Diagnostic cat litter changes color if it detects changes in your cat’s urine.
To use, simply replace it with your existing litter of your choosing.
Use the color guide on the side of the box to determine if your cat’s urine has a high pH level, which is indicative of possible urinary health issues.
More Litter Boxes
Increasing the number of litter boxes encourages your cat to empty their bladder more frequently.
This prevents a buildup of bacteria in their urinary tract.
However, avoid scented litter, which can stress out your cat.
If you have multiple cats, add one more litter box to your home than the number of cats.
Additional exercise may prevent idiopathic cystitis.
Feline idiopathic cystitis can often present the same symptoms as bladder infections, stones, or UTIs.
Adding pheromones to your cat’s environment may relieve stress.
Pheromones are available in the form of sprays, wipes and plug-in diffusers.
Switching to wet or home-cooked food may help.
Consult your vet before making a change to your cat’s diet.
Also, add more fresh water bowls throughout your home.
PET | TAO’s Soothe Bladder combines a blend of Eastern herbs and Western supplements to soothe your cat’s bladder and urinary tract.
Powerful Tools to Help Your Cat’s Urinary Tract & Bladder Challenges
There are many quick and easy changes you can make at home to help you give your cat an edge on easing urinary tract challenges.
- Learn more about cat urinary tract challenges.
- Provide bladder support. PET | TAO Soothe Bladder is a blend of herbs and supplements working together to soothe your cat’s bladder and urinary tract.
- Consider a Cooling Diet. A cooling cat food recipe cools inflammation caused by infection. Make sure to discuss any dietary changes with your holistic vet.
- Try PET | TAO Freeze Dried Beef Kidney Treats. According to TCVM, kidney controls kidney, bladder, and urinary tract functions. As few as 5-6 treats per day can make a huge difference in your cat’s urinary tract and bladder health.
- Learn more about TCVM Herbal Remedies. Chinese medicine offers many amazing natural solutions for canine bladder and urinary health challenges.
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