Poor baby. :-(Thanks for all the info in your Musings comment to me, Connie. Derry peed again around noon, normally. Maybe he just wants to see me in a straight jacket and being carted away. His pH was neutral (as was Nicki's) in October. So a bit above the desired level. He does have struvite crystals--or did then. Not sure if the switch to mainly canned will have helped with that, but the increased water should be helping to flush out his bladder.I did pick up a homeopathic remedy I found at a nearby pet food store, FDA approved (not that that really makes a huge difference), in business since 1993. They had three different ones in the store, but this one seemed the best. Not sure I should do both the Cosequin and that. I still want to chat to the vet tomorrow--hope for tomorrow, though I have a couple of things on the go.Thanks for the link. I'm a bit wary about joining any other Yahoo groups--I've unsubscribed from them all now, because I just don't need 50 people posting and telling horror stories. But if I can access the info without joining, then I'll take a look. I did know about marshmallow root, and I think D-Mannose is good for bacterial bladder infections. Or maybe I'm thinking of something else.
That is exactly how I look when my human takes me to the vet!
Sweet kitty! =^..^=
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