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There has been a lot of press concerning lead in toys and the potential for
lead toxicity. The most common source for lead toxicity in cats is paint dust
caused by renovations.
Do you live in an old house? Before you start your next renovation there
is something you should know. There may be lead in the paint you are
scraping away and it could poison your children and your cat!
Lead is a metal that can be toxic. Old paint contained lead and the paint,
paint chips and paint dust from homes being renovated are a possible source of
lead that can cause lead toxicity. This was a problem in paints produced
prior to 1977 contain high lead levels. The paint is perfectly safe while
it's on the walls, but once you start scraping and disturbing the paint, you may
have a problem.
Cats are especially in danger of suffering lead toxicity. The dust may get
in their fur and then be ingested when grooming. If you suspect or know
that there is lead in the paint of your home, you should definitely keep you can
away from any renovation projects, either in another room or by boarding her.
Common signs of lead poisoning may include vomiting and diarrhea that may
progress to symptoms that involves the nervous system such as seizures or
abnormal behavior. Lead toxicity can also cause anemia which can cause
lethargy and weakness.
There are a number of things that we can do for our pets to
prolong the healthy functioning of their kidneys.
Feed a good natural diet low in salt, phosphorous
and relatively low in protein. As your pet gets older, regular check
ups at the vet are advised so that progress of the kidneys and other
organs can be monitored. Our pets are exposed to a variety of
toxins that are particularly harmful to the kidneys.
Anti-freeze is one of the most dangerous as it tastes relatively
pleasant and can easily be lapped up by your dog or cat if left
lying around. Certain antibiotics are also very toxic to the kidneys
– try and go the natural way.
Be sure to sign up for my free report (sign up at the top of this
page) today and I'll send you an additional report on how you can
use natural remedies to improve quality of life of your cat.
Here is what Rita had to say about these solutions...
"Our young cat Alfonso needed support for his kidneys, and our vet (who has a
keen interest in natural remedies) recommended Kidney Support. Alfonso is doing great, and I am so relieved
to know that using a natural product means that we are not harming his body! Thank you from the bottom of our hearts." Rita
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intended as an endorsement of any product. The information is not intended
to be a substitute for visits to your local veterinarian. Instead, these
reviews offer the reader information and opinions written by pet owners
and/or veterinarians concerning animal health and products that they have