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hello I am a pet owner I have 2 cats 1 dog and 1 fish. My 2 yr old male cat jameson that has bladder stones. the surgery is expensive! The food he will need to be on is really expensive! Jameson has always loved treats, and also stealing my dogs food. Getting him to eat his new food is not easy. I'm afraid I will have to let him go. If any one out there has ever had this done for their cat please help me make this decision! I'm afraid he will just keep having more problems, we visit the vet all the time with different issues. now i can't even give him treats. we are so sad!
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Hola y bienvenido a TCS, ...Catulina y Milky te saludan!!!........
(Translate: Hi and Welcome to TCS, Catulina and Milky say hello to you!!!...)

Please feel as you home here, we can learn so much and deep about out kittys in this marvelous site, I just only please ask you read the rules and other stuffs that can help you to feel as you Real home!.. here you have the link my friend.

Please ask whatever you need to know, there are plenty of good members and of course our tireness Mod´s to help us here!....

about your questions... is a hard desicion indeed.... there anybody ( I mean a relative ) who can support to you economical to you can be able to make the would be great you can do something with your cat....

See you on the forums!, Glad that you join us!

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Welcome to TheCatSite,

Your important questions about your kitty's crystal issues are not unsolvable.
If you do a search in TheCatSite Cat Health forum, you will discover a lot of info there from members who have experienced the same thing with their kitties.

I did a search using the words "bladder stones" using the Cat Health forum's search tool that is located on the forum's tool bar.
Below is a link, that includes the threads that came up regarding stones....

Also, the link below will take you to a thread in Health that might have some ideas for you about other topics.

You can also post your own thread in Cat Health with "Bladder Stones" in the title for more feedback.

Don't give up,
with knowledge and patience, you should be able to solve this.
post #4 of 4

I don't have a dog, but I do have 2 special needs kitties who have to be on different foods. The only way I've been remotely successful with them is to feed at set feeding times and supervise them. I cannot leave food down for either one, so the both eat at the same time and I pick up anything left. They balked at first, but soon caught on to the fact that this is the way it's going to be. Be persistent! You can do it!
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