Abnormal urination may mean physical or emotional issues in cats

Abnormal urination in cats can be a symptom of physical problems or behavioral issues and should be addressed before they become more serious, writes veterinarian Julie Damron. Urinating more frequently or in inappropriate places may signal a host of illnesses including diabetes, kidney stones and cancer; behavioral causes include stress, particularly when there are changes in the home such as a new cat.

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