does medicine actaully work will it heal or will it come back later on?
The medicine will kill the bacteria and heal the infection, but some cats are prone to this type of infection and may eventually get another. If your cat has ever had a urinary problem, it's a good idea to be extra careful.
is fancy feast can food ok? i got one with out the gravy part i dont' want them eating the nasty gravy and it packs alot of carbs i hate ordering pet food online but i did saw some blue and wellness. really expensive stuff specially when i have 2 cats to feed i will have 3 cats to feed soon when i move in with my b/f so we will be on a tight budget sadly
Fancy Feast is alright if that's your best option, but in my opinion it's not a great value for the money; for what it is and for the product to package ratio, it's actually pretty expensive. The customer is paying quite a bit extra to get it in those cute little cans.
If Fancy Feast is the best option available to you that works for your cat, though, it should be okay.
Just try to avoid feeding the fish flavours too often.
should i give up there dry food? or can i mix it up i don't think anybody said anything if its ok. I am using purina one uti dry food along with it just don't know if its ok.
Your cat doesn't need dry food in her long-term diet, and especially with the urinary problems would be better off without it.
However, since she's used to eating dry, you should
mix them for now while you transition her onto wet food.
how long will the antibiotics wear off think they gave me a weeks worth butsome spileld when i tried giving it to her. I may have to buy more monday.
Antibiotics don't really "wear off" - they're intended to kill off an infection, not to be a long term maintenance measure. She won't need to be on antibiotics forever, just till she's over this infection and has finished all her doses.
However, since you lost some, you do need to get the vet to recalculate the dosage and maybe give you some more, because you do need to finish up the amount that was prescribed.
Since your cat isn't doing well with oral medication, though, I would also suggest asking the vet if there are any pill or injection alternatives.