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How to make cat urinate.

Species: Cat
Breed: unknown
Age: More than 15 ye
is there something we can put in her food to make her urniate?




Online vet, Dr. Marie

Dr. Marie replied:

Hi Abby...Sorry that your previous question disappeared! We are still in the testing process of this software so it looks like we have some bugs.

If Moe is not urinating this is a very serious concern. There is nothing we can add to the food to make her urinate. If she has not produced any urine for over 24 hours then this can mean a urinary tract obstruction or possibly shutdown of her kidneys which is very serious.

It really does sound like Moe needs to see a vet. I really hope things pick up soon!

Dr. Marie

Related article:FLUTD - Urinary Tract Blockage in Cats.




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