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Does anyone know of a home remedy for my cat's urinary tract infection (bladder infection)?

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I looked up feline urinary tact infections online and believe that my cat has one. I would rather use a home remedy than take her to the vet, if possible. Help is appreciated! Thanks.
p.s. My cat is a female. I just found out about her condition a few minutes ago and just wanted to check.
p.s.s. I have had cats in the past who have had the same infection and have taken them to the vet, I'm just checking before I run off spending hundreds of dollards if there is anything faster or easier for her.

Bladder infections can't be treated without antibiotics to get rid of the infection. Most cats do well with pennicillin, whic is a broad spectrum antibiotic. My suggestion to avoid the vet bill would be to go to a Tractor Supply Company or local feed and seed store.
Get a bottle of liquid pennicillin that they uses for horses and cattle. The correct dose would depend on how much your
cat weighs. If under 10 pounds, get a human baby medicine dropper (wash one out really well out of a infant tylenol or mylicon bottle.) Give the cat .5ml (the first line on the dropper) of pennicillin 3 times a day for 10 days.
The bottle of med you have to keep in the fridge after you open it.
You will have way more than you need. The med will keep for up to a year, though. Sometimes longer (read the expiration date.)
I've done this with my cat a couple of times. It works pretty well.
Also you can get food that helps maintain their urinary tract health.
I'd get some and feed it to the cat all the time.
The med will cost you about $25.00. A vet bill will cost over $100.



11 Responses to “Does anyone know of a home remedy for my cat's urinary tract infection (bladder infection)?”

  1. Regi Says:

    I dont know a homeremedy but my cat was given pills which worent to bad
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  2. lunarkry Says:

    No home remedy is acceptable in this scenario. Have you ever had a UTI? It's the most uncomfortable experience and it HURTS LIKE H*LL! Furthermore, if your cat is a male, you are putting his life in danger. If he's developing a blockage, you have about two days to save his life. Please stop with the home remedy and self diagnosing and take him/her to a professional. Good luck
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    I'm a Veterinary Technician

  3. Docbrown Says:

    anything d-mannose
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  4. Casey B Says:

    Would you do that if it was your own child?
    Its cruel. I have had a bladder infection and its horrible, I was 7 y/o and did not want to tell anyone, I suffered through it for over a week and couldn't stand the pain any longer.

    You NEED to take the cat to the vet. Only they can diagnose your cat, just because you read it on-line, doesn't mean she has one.

    If you care for your cat, call your vet and take responsibility.
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  5. BVC_asst Says:

    The only way to know if your cat has a UTI is by getting the urine checked for an infection. Sometimes one ailment can have the same symptom as another. There isn't a home remedy, she would need antibiotics to clear up the infection.
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  6. oh_shotdown Says:

    you can try potassium citrate and cranberries to help avoid that sort of thing, but it's best to go to take a urine sample to the vet and have it tested so you can treat the cat for the problem at hand. This isn't something you should mess with. If the infection isn't taken care of immediately you can cause permanent damage to your cat's kidneys, bladder, and urethura, which could actually end up costing you more overall, than just treating it right away. Remember, your cat can't tell you what's wrong and playing guess and check isn't going to cut it for her. Is that how you'd want to be treated?
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  7. txharleygirl1 Says:

    Bladder infections can't be treated without antibiotics to get rid of the infection. Most cats do well with pennicillin, whic is a broad spectrum antibiotic. My suggestion to avoid the vet bill would be to go to a Tractor Supply Company or local feed and seed store.
    Get a bottle of liquid pennicillin that they uses for horses and cattle. The correct dose would depend on how much your
    cat weighs. If under 10 pounds, get a human baby medicine dropper (wash one out really well out of a infant tylenol or mylicon bottle.) Give the cat .5ml (the first line on the dropper) of pennicillin 3 times a day for 10 days.
    The bottle of med you have to keep in the fridge after you open it.
    You will have way more than you need. The med will keep for up to a year, though. Sometimes longer (read the expiration date.)
    I've done this with my cat a couple of times. It works pretty well.
    Also you can get food that helps maintain their urinary tract health.
    I'd get some and feed it to the cat all the time.
    The med will cost you about $25.00. A vet bill will cost over $100.
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  8. kiarakitty Says:

    No take to the vet if you gave it something yourself and she died or took really sick how would you feel.
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  9. JBean B Says:

    Go to your local feed store (for live stock, horses…) They have penicillin in oral form. I used it on my female cat whom was 10 years old. It cured her. She's 12 now, and very healthy. Good luck!
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  10. old cat lady Says:

    She really has to go to the vet to determine what is going on. You have no way of knowing if she has an "infection" which must be treated with antibiotics that you can only get through a vet anyway.

    It could be that her urine is just too alkaline and crystals might have formed in it. A professional urinalysis is the only way to determine that too.

    There are special urinary diets to acidify the urine. Methionine is added to those foods. When my cat had this problem I was starting a raw meat home-prepared diet for my cats. Eating that he never had a problem again. The raw meat is a natural diet for the cat and keeps their urine slightly acidic at about 6.5 which is where it should be for cats.

    Certainly one "home remedy" would be to eliminate dry food from her diet. Dry food is not moist enough, causing the urine to become concentrated and irritating to the cat's bladder.
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  11. princess_deja_boyd Says:

    can u say vet??? u better take that cat to the vet because urinary track infections are really pain ful and uncomfortable
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