Feline Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) - Cystitis

It is undeniable that the urinary track infections are common in cats. On one side, this infection causes pain; on the other hand, if you don’t cure it, it can provoke prostration and death. The question is that we don’t even know if the owner can even suspect of his cat having this disease. After all, they are internal organs whose function is not simple to judge.

Here we will only talk about diseases that can have the possibility of recognizing in time. In other cases, as in nephritis; cats will be seriously ill, wont eat anything and will have fever; which is enough to consult with a veterinarian who can make a more precise analysis.

Bladder inflammation is frequent in both male and female animals. A cooling could produce it or an irritation caused by bladder stones or certain eating or drinking habits. In such cases, cats will urinate often and in small quantities. There exists the possibility that it does it in unaccustomed places. It is possible to confuse this condition with the micturition protest of neurotic character. Nevertheless, unlike the protest micturition, the urinary deposition in case of cystitis is painful. Cats’ force, meows and licks their penis or vagina. In serious cases, urine bleeds, especially the last drops. You can notice this when it has urinated box with clear sand. Being able to observe this in cats that run around outside is more difficult. Finally, the painful effort, although rare, can also be constipation. Cystitis between light and medium torments cats, but it is not necessarily dangerous. The patient must be kept warm. The best advice, instead of using fancy equipment, is your lap and a human hand. Drinking a lot of liquids is also an excellent remedy. Forced drinking is eliminated in a natural way. Instead, try giving it his favorite drink. Everything is allowed, except for milk. Next to any type of drink you give him, there always has to be fresh water beside it. Appropriate medicine will relieve pain, as an anti-spasmodic and anti-inflammatory. You can find something in a veterinarian clinic which will helps shorten the painful disease. 

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