- Dec 29, 2018
That was from him hardly eating and I was giving him water in a syringe to keep him hydrated. He is on potassium supplements and has been since the results came back. As for phosphorus, those levels were normal but either way, he is on a low phosphorus diet now so if this is part of the issue, it should be showing signs of improvement which is not the case. If anything, he is peeing more blood.I am sure someone already noted to you that low potassium can be a sign of kidney disease. Did you actually look at the blood test results? I have found that some of the kidney related values can be within what the vet considers the 'normal' range, but for an older cat they are likely too high. Such as phosphorus - Feeby is in range, but some of the members on other related sites say at her age her phosphorus level is way too high. Likewise with other readings as well.