Q. My two year old cat has started to smell of urine. A bath doesn't seem to help. Litter bpx is cleaned daily. Could this be a medical problem?
LINDSEY EDWARDS MVB, BSC, IVCA
A. This is not normal as cats are normally well litter trained and fastidious groomers. I would be concerned about a urinary tract issue and also his ability to groom himself. Obtain some urine collection litter for his tray and collect a urine sample and take it with your cat for a full health check to rule out urinary infections or bladder inflammation