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Old January 31st, 2012, 12:46 PM
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Originally Posted by renkma View Post
He said it may be chronic renal failure, but she shows absolutely no other symptoms.
Early CRF doesn't necessarily have any other symptoms beyond extra drinking/peeing. You would need blood work and a urinalysis to determine whether Honey has it or not.

Crossing my fingers that this is just a temporary thing and Honey returns to normal shortly. But just to put your mind at ease a little bit, pets can live many happy years with renal insufficiency. My 19 yr old cat has had CRF for 2 years and he's doing really well.
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