Do you have a definitive diagnosis for Kazzy? What exactly is wrong with her liver?
The first thing most vets do for a liver dysfunction patient is to put him/her on milk thistle. Don't use the tinctures, as they contain alcohol, which is bad for the liver. Hepato Support
is a popular, well-known brand made specifically for cats and dogs. It is supposed to be much more effective than milk thistle alone because of the B vitamins. I've used it for my liver dysfunction dog.
Another one is Liver Support Factors
. It contains dandelion extract/root.
I would put her on a liver diet asap. However, I am wary of the commercial liver diets they have out there - I don't agree with many of the ingredients and by feeding poor assimilated proteins... well, not the greatest on the liver. Anyway, diet definitely plays a big role in managing liver disease.
Please check out these links:http://www.b-naturals.com/newsletter...ge=Mar2003.phphttp://www.b-naturals.com/newsletter/category/liver/
Even though they are from a dog site, there is valuable information there and most of the stuff applies to cats as well. I would definitely e-mail Lew and ask to see whether she has recipes for liver disease for *cats*.
Both a friend and I have dogs with liver dysfunction and by following her instructions, including the diet, our dogs went from being completely lethargic and sickly to almost normal, healthy dogs now.
Lastly, make sure you feed small, but frequent meals rather than big meals. The latter will make the liver work harder, overloading it.