Different fluids to attempt

  • Water left over when a piece of chicken or fish has been cooked by poaching
  • Fluid from a container of fish in spring water
  • Prawns, fish, or meat liquidized in water to make a soup or stock

Fluid to stay away from:

  • Pungent fluids like brackish water
  • Milk

On the off chance that your cat has kidney illness, this isn’t ideal as it contains high measures of phosphate which isn’t acceptable

Cow’s milk can’t be completely processed by cats so it might cause loose bowels

  • Anything containing onions or onion powder eg. stock. Onions are harmful to cats

Different tips

  • Offer water and different fluids at room temperature where conceivable (the flavor is decreased in cool fluids)
  • Feed a wet eating regimen (jars or pockets) instead of a dry eating routine

Check with your vet prior to changing your cat’s eating regimen

Adding additional water to wet food can likewise help increment water admission. A few cats will joyfully eat food that takes after soup! (add water at room temperature as opposed to cold water).

  • In the event that your cat will just eat dry food, take a stab at adding water to their food
  • Be determined
  • Be continuous in making changes – cats don’t care for abrupt changes to their food or water
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