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Q. Cat drinks water all day .his litter is like mud from all the pee. He is now throwing up plain water-a lot!. He does nothing all day but just lays .

Answered By
ANGEL ALVARADO

A. Have him seen by your vet to rule out medical causes. To rule out UTI, have your vet collect a sterile urine sample for urinalysis and culture. Blood work may be able to diagnose kidney disease or diabetes. Treat as indicated.

Answered By
DAVID ELBEZE, DVM, MRCVS

A. the most common condition to cause these symptoms in cats is kidney failure, although other internal diseases and conditions could cause this as well, for example diabetes, urinary tract infection, intestinal blockage. I would recommend to take him to the vet today in order to help him.


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