Aspirin is used in cats in the treatment of cardiomyopathy, arthritis, pain, and fever. The dose is based on the catâ€™s weight and the condition being treated, and is determined by the veterinarian. Some conditions require a reduction in dose.
Bladder stones can be formed from either Struvite or Calcium Oxalate crystals. Knowing which type of crystal your cat has is critical to determining the best treatment plan for bladder stones or a blocked bladder.
Because the cause in the majority of cases of cystitis in cats is unknown, it is referred to as Feline Idiopathic Cystitis (FIC). Without a known cause, treatment of FIC can be challenging. There is no actual "cure" but FIC can be still be managed.