Feline lower urinary tract disease is a common component of various conditions, and cats that display any of a broad range of clinical signs should receive prompt veterinary attention, veterinarian Audrey Cook said. Though signs of FLUTD might dissipate after a few days, an inability to urinate properly is life-threatening and treatment could range from simple dietary changes and medication to surgery, Dr. Cook said.
Urinary problems in cats require immediate attention
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