My cat Mini is six years old and has CRF and is also diagnosed kidney stone in the L kidney and the L urinary tract. My vet said there's nothing we can do for the stone in the urinary tract in HK but only surgery, but complication rate is very high, death rate is like 60%. His creatinine level is slightly high as 250 and vet suggested that he should get more water intake - 150cc water per day with Azodyl.
Is there any way to remove the stone in the L urinary tract without doing surgery? Vet said since the stone is calcium deposits and there is no medicine to dissolve the stone. Can you please help?
Here's Mini's profile:
Age: 6 years old
Breed: domestic shorthair
latest blood test results:
UREA 11.3 mmol/L
CREA: 250 umol/L
HGB 8.6 g/dL
WBC 16.0 x 10 /L
GRANS 10.8 x 10/L
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