Urinary tract disease is one of the most common issues among cats. And just like any other cat, our boy Soju had episodes of bloody pee and scared us to death... We panicked and did not know what to do at that time.
Both happened in mid-2018 and early 2019, 6 months apart, so we knew something was wrong. Although our boy loves to drink water, it wasn't sufficient to maintain a healthy urinary bladder. Sometimes, you think that they drink a lot of water, but the truth is, the amount of water that goes into their system isn't as much as what you see.
Kibbles and (snack) canned food had been his diet for almost 2 years. Imagine what would happen if we continued the same diet for the next 5 years? One thing for sure was his urinary issue did not happen overnight. It was a long-term effect of his kibble diet.
So we did our research and found (raw) freeze-dried to be the best solution. It was expensive but definitely worth trying. So we changed Soju's entire diet to raw and raw freeze-dried, and he has since been a healthy fat boy today.
Tips: To main a healthy urinary bladder, start reducing the amount of kibble, and feed at least one meal of our raw freeze-dried soaked in lukewarm water to increase their daily water intake. If you have the budget, replace your kibbles with our staple food
Disclaimer: This content is not meant to substitute for diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, prescription, or formal and individualized advice from a veterinary medical professional. Any exhibiting signs and symptoms of distress should be seen by a veterinarian immediately.