Maybe you just took your cat on a walk and your cat is already waiting at the door to go outside again. For a cat frequent urination could be a symptom of many problems so in order to determine the correct course of action, you need to find out what the cause may be.
When my cat is urinating often, I know not to panic. I take her to the vet and get her checked out within one or two days in case there is a serious underlying condition.
Usually in a cat frequent urination is caused by problems in the urinary tract. Male cats are more susceptible to the formation of stones because their urinary tract is long and narrow. Female cats are susceptible to bacterial infections because their ureters are shorter and bacteria can make it up there more easily.
Generally, feline urinary problems are very easy to diagnose. Your vet will take a urine sample. If he detects the presence of bacteria, he will probably recommend treatment with antibiotics.
Antibiotics can be helpful but they will only suppress the symptoms of the problem. In a cat frequent urination and bladder problems are generally chronic in nature so you need to make some lifestyle changes in order to prevent the recurrence of bladder infections and other problems.
When my cat is urinating often, it can be alleviated by the following: clean water intake, a healthy diet, and homeopathy. Clean water is important in order to aid your cat in detoxifying. A healthy diet is important in order to prevent the formation of stones. Raw and home cooked food is the best.
Homeopathy is a very effective natural treatment for urinary problems in cats. No matter what is causing urinary problems in your cat, you should give homeopathy a try. It contains small amounts of effective, plant-based ingredients that help to maintain a healthy urine flow, bladder, and urinary tract.
Another great thing about homeopathic remedies is that they are safe enough to give to your cat everyday and do not cause side effects. On the other hand, antibiotics, herbal remedies, and other medications can be very harsh and actually aggravate the symptoms of any urinary problem in a cat.
In a cat frequent urination is not a death sentence but prompt treatment is necessary. So remember to do the following: 1. Take your cat to the vet, 2. Seek conventional treatment if absolutely necessary, 3. Change his diet, 4. Give him plenty of water, 5. Give him a homeopathic remedy.
If you follow these simple steps, your cat will be able to recover permanently from his urinary problems. Conventional treatment certainly has its place but in a cat frequent urination and its underlying causes are chronic in nature so you need to make preventive treatment a regular part of his lifestyle.
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