My cat cannot p*e he is blocked. i have no money to treat him. does anyone know any home or herbal remedies?
my cat is blocked i think he has kindey stones again. this is upsetting me very much beacuse i have just been laid off ffrom work and there is nothing i can do but watch him suffer. I found a herbal remedy with apple cider vinegar but does anyone know any other homemade or herbal remedies that could cure my cat?? =( y'all dont know me i just lost my job i have taken care of this cat and saved him from death many times i did not ask for you ppl to judge me and i am not ashamed of myself because i am doing what i can if you dont have nothing nice to say stay offline then and get a life. I have been using the applecider vinegar method so far i started this with my cat about 2 hours ago and he actually is starting to drip more and more p*e! first time i didnt care that he peed a bit on the kitchen floor lol at least he is p****g floor can be mopped!
Asked By: William G - 3/21/2009
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Kidney stones or bladder stones? I would suggest apple cider vinegar therapy with bladder stones, but kidney stones are another issue. And, the apple cider vinegar really should be organic unfiltered, but do the best you can. Real cranberry juice can be helpful (not the sugared, Ocean Spray stuff), but usually... More
Answered By: Suzy Cutes - 3/21/2009
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you need to give him to a friend or something that CAN take care of him. if you cannot afford to take care of a pet, you shouldnt have one.
Answered By: PINKK<3 - 3/21/2009
take him on a trip down to the desert... More
Answered By: aquafina = muy buena - 3/21/2009
Mabey you can call your vet and explain to them what's going on. They might have something you can do at home to help your cat.
Answered By: Harmonie P - 3/21/2009
YOu have two options. 1) force your cat to die a horrible painful death 2) TAKE HIM TO THE VET!
Answered By: Lisa A - 3/21/2009
He needs a vet; there are no home remedies. He is in pain, and it can kill him. Call your shelter, Humane Society, or vet school. Maybe, they can help you or know of someone who can. Would you let a friend or family member suffer?
Answered By: JP - 3/21/2009
if you can't afford to properly take care of your cat, you should not have one period. This sounds serious and he is probably in a lot of pain, you should be ashamed of yourself!
Answered By: grand lake bum - 3/21/2009
If YOU were blocked, and couldn't p*e, I'll bet you'd be at the emergency room faster than you can type on the computer... More
Answered By: brutusmom - 3/21/2009
I dont know of any herbal remadies, and yes, like others have said, your cat needs a vet... More
Answered By: T.O.Rider - 3/21/2009
I know your pain, I too, cannot afford vet care at the moment. Try this site, they might be able to help you... More
Answered By: silver_bubble_princess - 3/21/2009
Honestly you need to take him to a vet and surrender him... More
Answered By: grinninh - 3/21/2009
people can be stupid on this site. just report them but also ignore them. most vets will take care of your cat if you call and let them know. you can also call the spca or humane society and they will help too. he does need regular meds, or he can die. i use to have a male cat that got it all the time. usually a... More
Answered By: Dee - 3/21/2009
If the cat is a male, it is not kidney stones, it's urinary tract infection. Proteins have formed crystals in its bladder. Females can have this too, but it is rarer. These crystals lodge in the tract preventing urination. If there is a litter box, see if the feces have turned orange. If they are, it is too late, the... More
Answered By: Seen it - 3/21/2009
Hi William... More
Answered By: Linda - 3/21/2009
You have so many answers that I didn't even bother to read them all. Today is Saturday, late P.M., and tomorrow is Sunday. By the time you would be able to get him to the vet it would be too late anyway. I'm sorry. The way to avoid it the next time would be to feed him a better grade of cat food. GL
Answered By: firstname.lastname@example.org - 3/21/2009
It is something he has to have a catheter for or he will die
Answered By: paradisemtn - 3/21/2009
Call your vet and see if what you are doing is ok. Your vet may be able to help over the phone. Or you can get him in the vet and put it on a credit card or a payment plan.
Answered By: Ocimom - 3/21/2009
There are no herbal remedies to fix this. Getting the cat treated is imperative, as being blocked means the cat can die in 48 hours when his kidneys shut down. The longer the blockage goes, the more damage is done to the bladder and kidneys, and that's not reversable... More
Answered By: hudsongray - 3/21/2009
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