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post #31 of 37
I haven't seen too many cases of acute renal failure in young cats (it's usually a geriatric issue) unless the digestion of toxins has occurred. However, there are other reasons for its onset (bacterial infections, urinary obstructions, abnormal kidney growth etc. etc.) I had a four year old Siamese go into renal failure which we knew didn't ingest toxins...we never did find out why it occurred.
IV fluids are given in order to see if the toxins can be flushed out of the kidneys and the system to a point where blood results demonstrate normal (or somewhat normal) kidney function.

I'm very glad to hear the blood work is normal, they are feeling better and that they will be coming home soon.
post #32 of 37
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They are both home!! I am so happy right now.
post #33 of 37
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Sage is doing okay. Not too happy with her new food for her new diet, but she will have to adapt. The others are concerned since their food doesn't lay out anymore but I figure by the end of the week, they will all be used to it. Thanks for all the well wishes and concern for them.
post #34 of 37
Originally Posted by Charcoal
Sage is doing okay.
Very glad to hear that!
post #35 of 37
Good to hear
post #36 of 37
Glad your baby is back and on the mend.
post #37 of 37
I am so glad this had a positive ending!
I hope things continue to get better for you and your furry ones!!
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