Re: [FH] my moo cat has just been diagnosed with heart failure..need advice on food
Welcome to the list though I'm sorry you had to join us!
Cats with heart conditions don't require low-sodium food as a rule. The
most important thing is to keep them eating, and where possible, make sure
they are getting a high-quality diet, preferably canned. But, the main
thing is to make sure they are eating.
Many of us on the list are feeding our kitties regular cat food,
supplementing with things like Coenzyme Q10, taurine and L-carnitine, among
Tell us more about your kitty. How is he doing?
On Feb 1, 2008 6:52 PM, anenchantedjourney <anenchantedjourney@...>
> i've just had this devestating news. he's home and on diuretics for 2[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> weeks til he sees the vet again, prob for heart meds, but i dont know
> what to feed him.. there doesnt seem to be a prescription diet for
> heart failure.. he is usually on diet to help prevent kidney stones as
> he has had those. the vet has said to feed him any cat food to make him
> eat again, but i want to know more about special diets dor heart
> thanks, bluebell x