My cat has been diagnosed with kidney failure 36 hours ago. He saw his vet on Friday and they sent him home, he got worse and we saw an emergency vet on Sunday and has been kept in ever since. He is not eating, very dehydrated, constipated and in a bad way. We have managed to get no proper information about his long term prognosis. Yesterday they gave him an enema, which helped relive him and he started to eat and drink and he has been on a drip constantly. Today we had to take him from emergency vets to his usual vet and he is very bad again. His levels for his bloods, are 1020 for creatinine and is now 1009 today. His Urea has gone down from 64 to 46. We have had to take him back to the emergency vets again this evening, and they are giving him another enema and they have told us that this is the human equivalent of kidney dialysis. Is this normal ? And how long will they do this ? He is 16 years old, diabetic, but apart from, that he's a healthy boy. Tomorrow will be a repeat of today.
*edit* just heard from emergency vets, he's had the new enema and passed a very large and very hard stool, but is still showing no interest at all in food and they've now said they're very worried about him.