UTI Treatment for Cats
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Urinary tract infections in cats
UTIs in cats are just like the ones we get as pet parents. It’s an infection that occurs when bacteria travels up the urethra and into the bladder. While our furry friends can’t exactly ask for help or pour themselves a glass of cranberry juice to ease the pain, luckily there are a few signs we can look out for.
Symptoms of UTIs in cats
If you're familiar with your cat’s bathroom habits, this is the first way to tell if something is off. When you’re on litterbox duty, if you notice urination outside of the box, crying during urination, an inability to urinate, avoidance or fear of the litter box or blood in your cat’s urine, they could have a UTI.
How long can a cat have a UTI?
An uncomplicated UTI in a cat will usually last for five to seven days.
Can a UTI go away on its own?
Sometimes, a UTI can go away without treatment. It’s best to speak to a vet if your cat is getting recurring or intense UTIs, as they may prescribe an antibiotic or suggest a change in diet.
How to prevent UTIs in cats
If you’re concerned, your vet will provide the best advice on how to prevent UTIs. A specific diet and increase in water intake are usually effective in prevention, so putting together a plan for this will help your furry friend in the long-run. If you have a cat with urine crystals, then a change in diet will most likely be on the cards.
Australia’s most trusted brands for cat UTI treatment
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