Cranberry or N-Acetyl Glucosamine (Cystaid) for Cat's with Kidney Stones?
More frustration today as all the info I read and vets cannot agree... Our other cat has a kidney stone, and without an ultra sound we don't know what type of stone it is and what is causing it. We will have to wait until the vet buys one.
For many years she has been taking N-Acetyl Glucosamine either in pure form from Cystaid or a mix of this and other ingredients from Pet Naturals (which may not be good for cats with urinary tract stones). In addition we would like to try Cranberry powder, however, the information we read and hear is conflicting, with some saying good and some saying not good.. So what's the deal here? Anyone have some other information so we can be confused more?