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What are the signs of urinary tract infection in cats

The signs of urinary tract infection are not just signs of infection, but also signs of the underlying bladder disorder, which may lead to more serious problems and more severe signs.


How to prevent urinary tract infection?

Treatment of urinary tract infection should be started as soon as the first signs of infection develop.

A strict, long-term treatment of all feline urologists can certainly prevent most urinary tract infections.

It is also important to keep your cats' environment clean, especially if they have recently been spayed or neutered or are pregnant.

Prevention of upper urinary tract infections

Prevention of upper urinary tract infections should be started as soon as possible.

The most common form of upper urinary tract infection is cystitis, where you will see a cat with a normal urine stream, but which will dribble urine from time to time.

If cystitis is not treated, it can lead to pyelonephritis, which is an infection of the kidney, and the presence of which can lead to renal failure.

These cats will have a normal urine stream for weeks and then suddenly start to dribble urine.

Prevention of lower urinary tract infections

Prevention of lower urinary tract infections should be started as soon as possible.

If you do not want to use antibiotics to treat a urinary tract infection in a cat, you should pay attention to your cat's diet and the cleaning of the litter box.

You should also make sure that your cat has a clean environment, and that it is not allowed to roam freely.

If you have any questions about urinary tract infections in cats, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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