Managing Your Cat’s Urinary Tract Health

As your cat ages, she may suffer from urinary tract issues. She depends on you to monitor her fluid intake for good urinary tract health. Cats in the wild eat prey animals and get a lot of natural fluids, which your domestic cat does not. Dry kibble is convenient but canned cat food is inconvenient but it provides your cat with much more fluid than dry kibble. Make sure your cat has access to clean, fresh water at all times. Signs of urinary tract issues include straining in the litter box, too little or too much urine, evidence of blood, or urinating outside the litter box. Your cat will need prompt medical attention if she displays any of these symptoms. Urinary tract issues can get very serious very quickly. Regular well cat appointments, including urinalysis, will help you stay ahead of these problems too. Learn more from your vet clinic Cedar Park, TX.


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