Urinary Care Advanced For Cats veterinary formulation includes a concentrated combination of N Acetyl D Glucosamine, Hyaluronic Acid, L Tryptophan, Quercetin and L Theanine
Suitable for Cats of all ages.
How do I know if my cat is suffering from Cystitis? There are a number of possible causes for Cystitis so it is important to consult your veterinary surgeon, Cystitis is often associated with the following signs:
- Difficulty and/or pain when trying to urinate
- An increase in the frequency of urination, but only producing small amounts each time
- Blood in the urine
An increasing number of Cystitis cases are said to be ‘Idiopathic’ which means not associated with a medical cause. This commonly occurs in cats which have an exaggerated response to stress.
Possible stress factors could include:
- moving home
- building work
- Car travel to boarding
- Veterinary Stay
- Inter-Cat conflict, for example in multiple cat households
- New arrivals in the home i.e. pets or people
- Reduced access to outdoors