Feline Interstitial Cystitis

Cats suffering from Feline interstitial cystitis make frequent attempts to urinate, probably because of bladder discomfort, and often have hematuria

Tanya Schoeman

2017

Scholarcy highlights

  • Cats suffering from Feline interstitial cystitis make frequent attempts to urinate, probably because of bladder discomfort, and often have hematuria
  • FIC appears to be associated with interactions among the nervous system, adrenal glands, and the bladder
  • Environmental enrichment, and feeding a therapeutic urinary-tract food are important in the management of cats with FIC
  • Environmental enrichment, and feeding a therapeutic urinary-tract food are important in the management of cats with Feline interstitial cystitis

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