How To Help Your Cat With Urinary Problems
Updated: Feb 10
Do you have a cat that's not using the litter tray?
Are you stressed about having friends and family over, because you're worried your house smells like cat urine?
Have you had to spend a fortune replacing carpet or even furniture, because your cat keeps urinating outside the litter box?
There are many causes for why cats will urinate inappropriately, ranging from medical conditions to stress and anxiety. Stress in cats is one of the most common reasons for why they will continue to urinate outside the litter box. To learn more about one of the most common medical conditions that can lead to urinary issues, head here to learn about kidney disease.
Simple fixes can include making sure you have enough litter boxes for the number of cats in your house, how to create a safe sanctuary for your stressed cat, and what natural remedies are safe for your cat to help calm them down and reduce urinary tract inflammation.
Our cats are not spiting us, but are trying to tell us to listen, because something is wrong. We must listen or else our cats will continue to display the behavior.
Make sure you watch this short video to learn how to help your cats if they're experiencing urinary problems.
In this short video, you'll learn about:
Common causes of urinary problems in cats
Signs to watch for that may indicate stress or anxiety in your cat
When you need to go to the veterinarian for the problem and what to ask for
Natural remedies that can help
How food can help resolve underlying imbalances that may have led to the urinary problem
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*Disclaimer: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian or doctor. Dr. Katie Woodley cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make medical recommendations for your pet without first establishing a veterinarian-client-patient relationship.