Recognizing and Treating Feline Kidney Infection
There are many challenges cat owners face but perhaps one of the biggest is that of feline kidney infection. This disease is bacterial driven, often times entering through the urethra working its way up to the bladder and then finally infecting the kidneys. While ascending upwards is the most common path it can also be caused by bacteria that becomes blood borne eventually working its way to the kidneys and then to the bladder. A feline kidney infection can be very difficult to get rid of and can easily turn chronic under the right set of circumstances.
One thing is for sure when a feline kidney infection occurs your cats behavior will start to change. If the bacterial has ascended the signs of bladder infection will be present: fatigue, pageant urine odor, inappropriate urination, tenderness in the hind quarter, a low grade fever, and possibly