I have a cat that has been having some issues lately. It started with peeing everywhere so I took him to the vet and found out that it was a uti. We treated it with antibiotics and he seemed better for about two weeks. Then it started again so we used a different kind of antibiotics but he didn't seem to get better. So we took him back to the vet and they ran blood test and urine test. At first they thought he might have liver problems and then it was diabetes. They then found out that his bladder was highly enlarged. They put him on some anti inflammatory pills to see if he would feel better. Friday they did an x-ray to see if he has bladder stones and they found anywhere from 9-12 in there. He keeps urinating all over my house. I am wondering if this will stop when the surgery is performed. He has lost to lbs. I love this cat like a human being but I can't continue to allow him to use my house as a litter box. This surgery is very expensive.I don't want to put him through it if I am going to have to put him to sleep afterwards.
My goal in life is to be as good of a person my dog already thinks I am.
Okay, I'm not rich, but that is not that much for a surgery that could save your pets live. I have no idea how much money you have and it's none of my buisness. But, to me thats not really that much. I would say if you can some how find the money got for it.
"Here we go for the hundredth time, Hand grenade pins in every line, Throw ‘em up and let something shine. Going out of my f***ing mind." Linkin Park Rocks!
kidney stones in people can be blasted with sonic sound. is that possible for your cat? I have seen someone come into the emergency room with a stone in the eurethra or eurether(not sure which it is called) They used sonic sound to bust the stone up. They walked out the same night as though nothing happened. I don't know if it possible to do the same thing for animals.