In case of underlying urinary infections, your cat’s veterinarian will prescribe antibiotics to treat such infections. The cat will also require surgery to reposition the displaced bladder and urethra. On occasion, antidepressants are used to calm the animal.
You may need to visit your pet’s veterinarian for follow-up examinations to evaluate progress of treatment and identify possible complications. In case of urinary infections, regular antibiotic medication is often required until the infection subsides. Watch your cat for untoward symptoms and call your veterinarian immediately if anything unusual arises. Your veterinarian will also brief you about the side-effects of medications commonly used in these cases.
A medical condition; implies that the patient is unable to control their urination.
Also referred to as a UTI; a medical condition of the urinary tract and system in which the cells are damaged by microorganisms.
An in-depth examination of the properties of urine; used to determine the presence or absence of illness
A product made of fluid, cell waste, and cells
Denotes an animal that is still able to reproduce or is free of cuts and scrapes
The process of making something larger by dilating or stretching it
A tube found between the bladder and the outside of the body; used to assist in urination.