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Post on 12-11-2007 11:04 PM |All posts

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kakak aku ader kucing... nama dier gold... umo dier dlm 5 atau 6 taun cenggitu la....

beberau ni kakak aku prasan kencing gold berdarah...

badan dier pon lemah.....

tak daya nak bangun makan pon....

aku cadang kat kakak aku bwk g dokter....

tapi tu la... tak mampu plak nk g klinik swasta....

ader tak sesaper yg tau gold tu knaper...

n kalo ader sesaper tau klinik kerajaan utk vet kat area kl ni....

plz... kesian kat gold...

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Post on 12-11-2007 11:34 PM |All posts
kena batu karang kot...baik pi klinik check...urine infecction pun mungkin gak...
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Post on 12-11-2007 11:36 PM |All posts
baik ko try bwk cpt2 pi vet...kucing aku dulu ada gak cmni...mayb dia kena virus kot...virus yg dikatakan aids utk kucing2...kucing aku 5 ekor penah kena virus ni 2 je yg slamat...mmg sedih gila aku tgk keadaanya...tp xde plak kencing berdarah...cirit birit non stop ada la
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Post on 12-11-2007 11:36 PM |All posts

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bawakla g yg kerajaan nyer... klu mcm kat shalam ney, ada kat seksyen........ kat area blai bomba tu...

sian bia dia menderita tu.....

klu tamo mkn, lmbat laun mmg mati la tu.....
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Post on 12-11-2007 11:44 PM |All posts
Originally posted by nidzrain at 12-11-07 11:04 PM
kakak aku ader kucing... nama dier gold... umo dier dlm 5 atau 6 taun cenggitu la....

beberau ni kakak aku prasan kencing gold berdarah...

badan dier pon lemah.....

tak daya nak bangun m ...



ermmm bwk gi jumpa vet asap
jgn biarkan lelama ......
bahaya ...
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Post on 13-11-2007 12:23 AM |All posts
bwk ler jumpa vet......
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Post on 13-11-2007 12:44 AM |All posts
tu la.... nk bwk g jpe vet... tapi tak mampu plak nk g swastanyer.....

ingat nk cr yg gomen nyer jer....

kat maner ader vet gomen area pj-kl erk....???

ader sesaper tau tak....
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Post on 13-11-2007 07:46 AM |All posts
kalau payah sgt nak jumpa gomen vet, gi try swasta la...tanya la dia punya cost brape...
ZZZZzzzzzZZZzzzzzZZZZzzzzzz...........
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Post on 13-11-2007 09:41 AM |All posts
Originally posted by nidzrain at 12-11-2007 11:04 PM
kakak aku ader kucing... nama dier gold... umo dier dlm 5 atau 6 taun cenggitu la....

beberau ni kakak aku prasan kencing gold berdarah...

badan dier pon lemah.....

tak daya nak bangun m ...



Kucing kamu nie kucing jantan ke betina..??????
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Post on 13-11-2007 09:42 AM |All posts
Bagi tahu detail skit... makan jenis aper..??? minum air banyak...ke ...??? taik dia cam mana...keras ke lembek..???

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Post on 13-11-2007 09:54 AM |All posts
What is Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disorder?

Few conditions strike greater fear into the heart of a cat guardian than "urinary tract problems." Myths and misinformation abound, and many people know at least one other person who has a cat with this problem or who has lost a cat because of it.

"Feline lower urinary tract disorders" (commonly referred to as FLUTD, LUTD, or FUS--feline urologic syndrome) come in at least three distinct varieties. All of them put together affect less than 3% of cats, but for those who are affected, it can be a major problem. Bladder diseases occur in both male and female cats, although males have a higher risk of life-threatening blockage of the urethra. It is usually first seen in cats between 2 and 7 years of age (though some very young and very old cats may develop signs). Episodes of FLUTD are usually triggered by stress, such as home remodelling, severe weather, or loss or addition of a family member.

What are the symptoms of  Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disorders?

The clinical signs of all the FLUTDs are very similar. Cats may go to the litterbox frequently, strain to urinate, pass very small amounts at a time, lick their genitals more frequently or more intensely than usual, or have blood in the urine. The cat may associate the burning sensation of cystitis (bladder inflammation) with the litter box itself, and look for another place to go where it won't hurt. This leads to squatting in corners, in sinks or tubs, on rugs, laundry piles, or beds.

Blockages can lead to kidney failure


Most cats brought to the vet for FLUTD do not yet have blockages. However, it's important to act quickly when you see any of these signs, because if a blockage does occur, the backup of urine toxins and pressure can lead to kidney failure and death in as little as 24 hours.

Cystitis and Bladder Stones

About two thirds of FLUTDs are classified as "idiopathic cystitis", meaning "bladder inflammation of unknown cause." It is rare for bacteria to be involved--most are "sterile" inflammations. Less common causes of these signs include behavior disorders, kidney stones, anatomical defects in the bladder wall, other systemic diseases, and bladder cancer.

Only about 20% of FLUTD cases involve bladder stones, about half of these are struvite, and half are calcium oxalate stones. Crystals are not the same as stones. Male cats who block usually do so with crystals held together in a gel-like matrix with mucus from the irritated bladder. This "plug" can get stuck at the narrow end of the urethra. Crystals may be present by themselves or at the same time as a stone. Occasionally, multiple types of crystals may be present at the same time.

Struvite, or "triple-phosphate" stones, are made from normal components of urine that clump together under certain conditions. Calcium oxalate crystals and stones, which were rare in cats 10 years ago, have become much more common due to increased feeding of highly acidified struvite-treatment diets. Some stones can be dissolved by diet, though it can take a long time. Any stone can be surgically removed, and sometimes this is the most expedient solution. Stones are usually diagnosed either by radiographs (x-rays) or, ideally, ultrasound (which can "see" stones that x-rays might not reveal, and provides valuable information on condition of the bladder and kidneys). Cats with FLUTD signs lasting more than a week in spite of treatment, or if the problem recurs after treatment is discontinued, should be evaluated for stones or other anatomic abnormalities.


Diet for  Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disorder

There are many medical diets made to dissolve struvite stones and to prevent recurrence of struvite and calcium oxalate stones. These include Hill's s/d, c/d(s) and c/d(o), Purina CNM-UR, Waltham's Control pHormula, and others. These are only available through veterinarians since they create specific acid-base conditions in the cat's body that should be monitored by your vet. Canned versions of these foods are preferable to dry.

In one study, 60% of cats on a single dry food were symptom-free for a year, compared to 90% of cats eating one canned food. Homemade, organic, natural diets are always on the top of the "good" list for treating this and other chronic disease conditions, but only if they can be fed consistently. Diet changes must always be made gradually to minimize stress on the cat.

Diet is a component of FLUTD, though usually not the sole cause. Dry cat foods, particularly high-fiber "light" or "senior" foods, contribute to overall dehydration and high urine concentration. Cats with FLUTD should not be fed any dry food at all if possible. Canned or homemade foods help keep the urine dilute, minimizing irritation and the risk of crystal or stone formation. Feed in timed meals rather than leaving food available.

Treatment of Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disorders

Antibiotics are often used to treat feline FLUTDs and are a standard first-line of conventional treatment. Even though bacteria are rare, some antibiotics have anti-inflammatory or analgesic (pain relieving) effects. Other anti-inflammatory drugs, such as steroids, are occasionally used when there is severe inflammation. Urinary acidifiers are sometimes given if the urine pH is very high. Steroids and acidifiers should not be used long-term. The anti-depressant amitriptyline is commonly used as a long-term treatment, but its effectiveness and safety are being questioned. For male cats who block repeatedly, there is a surgery to widen the urethra. This is a last-ditch option, and some males will still block even after this surgery.

Many herbal and nutritional treatments have been tried with varying success. Certainly, antioxidant vitamins such as C and E, which are also helpful in times of stress, are indicated (Vitamin C as sodium ascorbate or Ester C, and Vitamin E). Other antioxidants such as BioSuperfood may also be helpful, because of their anti-inflammatory action. Herbs such as slippery elm, horsetail, and couch grass have helped some cats. Many cats have done well with Co-Enzyme Q10, which prevents inflammation at the cellular level.

Cranberry extract is beneficial for many animals, especially dogs, who tend to have actual infections of the bladder. Cranberry is thought to prevent the attachment of the E. coli bacteria to the bladder wall. Because bacteria are not present in most cases FLUTD, it may be less beneficial for cats. However, cranberry has still been helpful in many cases, even those without any evidence of bacteria. Cranberry capsules are available at the health food store (typically in 250 mg strength which is a good once-a-day dose for cats), and are very safe to give long-term.

Flower essences are often very helpful for FLUTD. Because the problem is so highly stress-related, addressing any underlying emotional imbalances and susceptibilities can be critical for long-term resolution. A specific formulation based on your cat's particular personality is best.

Holistic veterinarians believe that FLUTD is a sign of underlying chronic disease. Homeopathy, acupuncture, Chinese herbs, western herbs, and other holistic therapies may be valuable in rectifying the hidden "causes" of FLUTD and bringing your cat's health into balance and well-being.

There are lots of diets and treatments out there. An individually tailored treatment program is needed for each patient. But, if I had only one rule I could make for all of them, it would be "no dry food."

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Post on 13-11-2007 11:33 AM |All posts
kene batu karang kot....
kucing kawan penah gat kene mcm 2 tapi tak dapat diselamatkan ...
baik pegi vet cepat..

veterinar kerajaan kat Seksyen 15 Shah Alam

UNIVERSITY VETERINARY HOSPITAL (UVH)
UNIVERSITI PUTRA MALAYSIA
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
43400 UPM Serdang, Selangor
Tel: 03-89163528, 03-89486722
Fax: 03-89486722
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Post on 13-11-2007 12:31 PM |All posts
hmmm...kucing aku dulu..dia pon kencing berdarah

tp tak lama..tak sempat pon bawak pi vet dah mati

then tak sempat post mortem la pon nape jd gitu

tp kalu ikut dr mulut dia yg berbuih2 tu mebi dia termakan racun

tp aku rasa gold tak kot...tp better bawak gi vet cecepat   
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Post on 13-11-2007 02:51 PM |All posts
apai, kucing k leo pon kencing berdarah gak... dah tanye vet, dia kata mungkin makanan tak sesuai dan kurang minum air... kalau nak btol2 tahu penyakit dia, bawak gold tue jumpe vet cepat...
vet kerajaan kat cheras ada 1... saturday & sunday tutup.. hari biasa cuba bawak time ofis hour...

lokasi JPH nie kat stadium badminton cheras, ianya berhadapan/seberang jalan selepas trafic light kedua selepas simpang nak ke Bandar Tun Razak... masuk kiri, selepas selekoh sekejap sebelah kiri akan npk Jabatn perkhidmatan Haiwan, banglo kaler jingga..sebelah tue ada apartment/kondo... mmg tepi jalan... npk roundabout. kalau u dah melepasi roundabout means kena pusing balik... maybe tanya2 org kat situ mesti tahu...

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Post on 13-11-2007 02:51 PM |All posts
Akak bagi address, no tel. nama Vet & services sekali.. harap boleh bantu semua org...
sekitar wilayah & selangor saja. http://agrolink.moa.my/jph/dvs/contact/clinic.html

1] Hospital Veterinar
Wilayah Persekutuan
Km. 4, Jalan Selar 4 off Jalan Cheras,
56100 Cheras,
Kuala Lumpur.
Hospital

Dr. Mas Ayu Suraya
Ext.: 108
03-92849716
03-92849718

Dr. Norhaliza Abdul Halim
jabhwp@streamyx.com
03-92836042

Mon - Wednesday
8:45am - 12:15pm
2:15pm - 4:15pm
Thursdays & Fridays
8:45am - 12:00pm

Services include
x-ray, ultrasound, urine analysis, dental services, bone pinning and fracture repair, general treatment for cats, dogs and other pets. Neutering and multiple disciplines of surgeries are available.
Boarding for cats and dogs. All surgeries are by appointment except emergency cases. Application for import/export permits of live animals are available as well.

2] Klinik Haiwan,
Jabatan Perkhidmatan Haiwan Negeri Selangor
Lot 2, Jalan Utas
Seksyen 15/7
40630 Shah Alam

Direct line : 03-55196708
General line : 03-55103900

Mon - Thursdays
8:30am - 12:00pm
Fridays
8:30 am - 12:00noon
Surgeries only

Next to the Yeo Hiap Seng factory in Seksyen 15, in front of the Shah Alam abattoir. The clinic is in the building behind the main offices of the Selangor Dept of Veterinary Services.

3] Klinik Veterinar UPM
Persiaran Barat
Petaling Jaya

DrNetto Tel : 03-79551527


Mon - Thursdays
8:30am -12:00pm
2:00pm - 3:30pm  
Fridays
8:30am -11:30am
2:30pm - 3:30pm

Located between the Hilton PJ and the Hotel Singgahsana (NPC) and next door to Nestle, in the compound of the Makmal Veterinar Kawasan PJ, Jabatan Perkhidmatan Haiwan. (Free parking within the compound). The clinic does not handle large surgeries. Large surgeries are done in the Veterinary Hospital in University Putra Malaysia (UPM) in Serdang and owners will need to send their pets there.

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Post on 13-11-2007 04:38 PM |All posts
hurm bahaya actually kencing berdarah ..... dulu mimi pun cam tu kiki ganti
makanan khas untuk Urinate ....
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Post on 13-11-2007 08:12 PM |All posts
hurm.... ok guys... thank you so much....

esk insyaallah aku akn bwk gold gi vet kat area pj tu.....

hhrrmmmm.... smlm kakak aku ader bg gold mkn panadol sket....

so far gold da boleh bangun makan....

tapi aku akan bwk jgk gold pg vet....

btw thank you so much.....
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Post on 14-11-2007 11:32 AM |All posts
Originally posted by nidzrain at 13-11-2007 08:12 PM
hurm.... ok guys... thank you so much....

esk insyaallah aku akn bwk gold gi vet kat area pj tu.....

hhrrmmmm.... smlm kakak aku ader bg gold mkn panadol sket....

so far gold da boleh ba ...


Penadol..???????????????????????????????????????????????????? Masyallah ..next time
jangan bagi aper2 jenis ubat manusia kepada binatang ... ada kalanya ubat bagi seorang manusia
tapi RACUN bagi Binatang ... please jangan buat experiment begitu pada kucing ... lebih baik
bawa gi jumpa Vet tanya nasihat Vet
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Post on 14-11-2007 11:33 AM |All posts

Reply #17 nidzrain's post

Kalo kucing anda deman ... minum kan kucing anda air kelapa ...
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Reply #19 kiki-lala's post

air kelapa yg di maksudkan ialah air kelapa muda atau kelapa tua...???
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Post on 15-11-2007 09:53 AM |All posts

Reply #20 nidzrain's post

tak kisah kelapa muda ke ..kelapa tua ker... as long air kelapa ..... alahai jangan
lah bagi penadol kat kucing ....
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Post on 15-11-2007 10:12 AM |All posts
tumpang lalu....

Nidz, Pak menakan COMEL, GOLD tu....naper tak bagi tau dia sakit
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tak bg tau erk...????

lpe kot....
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Post on 17-11-2007 09:28 AM |All posts

Reply #23 nidzrain's post

dah bawak gi Vet ke lom....si Gold tu ..??????
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Post on 17-11-2007 09:38 AM |All posts

Reply #24 kiki-lala's post

moga2 kesihatan Gold tidak membahayakan..
cpt2 lah bwk gi jmpa doc sesegera mungkin...
"It's true we don't know what we've got until its gone, but we don't know what we've been missing until it arrives."
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