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    Help... my cat can’t pee! Feline Urethral Obstruction: Prevention

    This article is part of a three-article series.  Be Aware, Be Prepared and now feline urethral obstruction prevention. In this article I’ll highlight the things you need to know and the steps you should take to prevent an occurrence (or recurrence) of this condition.

    As an aside, if you’ve ever had a cat suffer from a urethral obstruction I’d greatly appreciate it if you would take a few minutes to complete our online survey. It's completely anonymous and only takes a few minutes to complete. Thanks in advance for your time.

    And so, without further ado, let's talk about the things you need to know and do to decrease your cat’s risk for urethral obstruction.

    As was touched upon in the Be Aware article, there are certain factors or attributes which are known to increase a cat’s risk for developing a urethral obstruction. An expanded list of these risk factors is presented again here, as they are important to consider when developing a plan to decrease your cat’s risk of developing this awful condition. Read More

    Topics: Cat Behavior, Cat Health, Cat Safety, Overweight Cat, Urethral Obstruction, Lack of urine in the litter box, Excessive drinking, Feline Urethral Obstruction, Pheromones, My cat can't pee, Frequent trips to the litter box, Male cat, Cat pheromones, Loss of appetite, Blog

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