Re:Sascha's check up
- Dear Nina,
I am happy that Sascha's blood work was good. I am
sorry about the heart diagnosis.
I would mention that it is unusual for a cat that
needs frusemide/furosemide to be able to stop taking
it. In general, once a cat has required a diuretic,
it is not likely that they will not require it in the
future. This is also true with the dosing of the
drug. Generally, once you need a higher maintenance
level of frusemide/furosemide you will not be able to
Also, in the United States, many vets and
cardiologists believe that diuretic treatment should
be accompanied by ACE-inhibitor treatment (benazepril
or enalapril). Treatment standards are likely
different in the UK.
Wishing you and Sascha the best,
Nala, Camille and Cozette
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