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Posted on 08-28-2014
Adult cats tend to be very healthy, but the adult years are not necessarily worry-free. As with people, any number of problems can crop up and require veterinary attention. According to a large pet insurance company, the most common reasons insured cats visited a veterinarian were for lower urinary tract disease, chronic renal failure, hyperthyroidism, diabetes, skin allergies, dental disease and eye infections.
Feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD), also called feline urological syndrome (FUS), is a common and potentially fatal disease in which sediment or stones form in the urinary tract. Female cats can usually pass sediment, but male cats are not always able to, which can lead to urinary blockage. Urinary blockage is a medical emergency that can be fatal if not treated. If your cat has painful urination, urinates small amounts around the house or tries to urinate unsuccessfully, he needs immediate veterinary attention. Please click here to continue to this great article by the pet experts at VetStreet.com.
As always...if you suspect there is a problem with your cat, or it's been over a year since the last nose-to-tail examination by your kitty's favorite doctor here at MRAH 96th Street, then give us a call today to schedule that appointment! 317-228-0645
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