Have a cat with UTI? When your favorite pet is suffering silently, you want to do everything in your power to get your cat better. In this article, you’ll learn three simple steps that you can take that will make your pet better fast and that can also be part of a prevention plan. To learn more, read on.
Before we get into this treatment plan, let’s talk about why antibiotics are not the best way to treat a cat with UTI. Although this is the most common treatment prescribed by vets, antibiotics can cause more problems than they solve because:
1) They do not cure the cause of feline UTI; they just suppress the symptoms in the hope that the body will heal itself.
2) since they do not cure the root cause, they can cause recurring infections.
3) Antibiotics are drugs. Drugs have side effects that can actually make your cat feel worse and suffer more.
For these reasons, when my sister came to me and said, “My cat has UTI,” I recommended that she treat her cat with natural remedies formulated specifically to treat this condition. When she asked why, I shared with her the reasons listed below:
1) Natural remedies are made from herbs which have no side effects.
2) They have no interactions, so you don’t have to worry about them creating problems with other medications that your pet might need to take.
3) Herbal remedies get to the cause of the infection because they restore the proper pH of the bladder. When the bladder pH is within a normal range, it kills bacteria and also prevents the formation of cat bladder stones.
The best remedies contain natural herbs that have been proven to be effective in treating urinary infections and preventing them from coming back. Look for ingredients like Cantharis, Berberis, Uva Ursi and Staphysagris. In addition to restoring the bladder pH, these soothing herbs heal inflamed tissues, quickly reduce pain and promote healthy urine flow. They are the most effective treatment for a cat with uti. Even better still, they are gentle enough to use daily for pets that tend to have urinary issues, regardless of whether this is due to breed, gender or age-related decline.
So there you have it: what I tell people who come to me with the concern: “My cat has UTI.” Treat your cat with natural ingredients and your pet will be better and purring happily again in no time.
Laura Ramirez researches the best treatments for cat with UTI. Find out more about safe, effective ways to treat and maintain your pet’s urinary tract health at www.pet-ut-health.com.