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my cat has a urinary track infection. Read more and please help otherwise i have to get rid of her!!!!!!!!!?

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so i have a cat who i found on the streets. she has a urinary track infection and has been peeing all over the house. and i know its not her fault but its still very fustrating. i have taken her to the vet numerous times but whenever they give me medicine to help stop it, it ends up coasting me a couple hundread doallrs and we even bought food to help her, but it hasn't stopped so im going to have to get rid of her unless anyone has a few suggestions or tricks to stop this. please help?!?!

These are some of the things I tried when we adopted a pissy shelter cat. Now she is fine and hasn't had a problem since she's been treated. She had crystals in her urine.

– Feed an all canned diet, high protein, low or no grains. Once her prescription food is gone, get a good brand from a pet store, don't use the vet's brand, they aren't that healthy. (Gradually switch her food over a week to prevent stomach upset.)
– Leave out fresh clean water every day.
– Put her in the litterbox a few times a day so she gets the hint that she's supposed to go there.
– Buy an extra litterbox so she can choose which one she wants to use at any given time. Scoop at least twice daily so it's always clean.
– Clean up her urine messes with Nature's Miracle and put tin foil on the spots so she won't go on the same spot.
– Confine her to a room with her litterbox when you aren't home.



14 Responses to “my cat has a urinary track infection. Read more and please help otherwise i have to get rid of her!!!!!!!!!?”

  1. master s Says:

    get rid of the dorky glasses while you're at it.
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  2. Jilly Says:

    It can be treated but you'll need patience.Don't get rid of her, if needed, prepare one room for her where she cannot do any damage until she is receovered and give her lots of attention.
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  3. iloverockclimbing11 Says:

    my cat did the same thing what we did was that we learned to live with it
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  4. Flagfield Says:

    I assume she's been spade? Cause if not that can be a BIG problem for female cats. If she has then Jill is right give it time and dont be afraid to ask the vet questions about underlying causes and what not YOU are paying your vet they work for YOU make them earn there money so that you can understand whats going on
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  5. jen Says:

    you have to get the medicine. its just as painful for a cat to have this infection as when a human has one.
    also you can try the cat foods made for urinary tract health. and make sure the cat gets PLENTY of CLEAN water EVERYDAY
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  6. tj Says:

    Is your cat spayed or neutered? My daughter had a cat that did that when I got a cat as a territory marking then on my daughter's bed. She didn't like to wash her bedding daily so we called an animal care help center and they said that MOST times when the cat is spayed or neutered then they STOP spraying like this. If the cat does this despite the vet medicine it may be more of a territory marking. When we got her cat spayed the spraying STOPPED and has not happened once now.
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  7. Candice C Says:

    The only thing I think you'll be able to do is be patient.
    The food may work but may take a little time to take effect.
    Same with the medicine.
    Also, try calling numerous vets to get a second opinion.

    My male cat was blocked (urinary track desease that some male cats get and its fatal).
    We tried catlovers, didnt work. The only resort was to do a surgery on him, which can be pricey.
    Since I loved him so much, I was willing to dish out the money, but one medical facility wanted $2500!!
    I found a vet that would do it for half that amount , I did it and he's fine now.
    One vet was putting him on steriods and the vet that ended up doing the surgery said to absolutely take him off the steroids.
    So my point is, vets all have different resolutions and if you call around, one of them may have the best resolve.

    Good luck to you and your kitty.
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  8. Emily Says:

    If the medicine your vet is giving you is not working, try another veterinarian. You can switch temporarily or permantantly, but either way your vet should be taking care of your cat well. If medicine does not work, there are certain diets (like science diet c/d food) that help.
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    Personal experience
    (My miniature schnauzer recently had bladder stones)

  9. MrMike Says:

    I take it the vet didn't tell you that the presevitive in cat food is called ash(sorry if spelling is bad No spell check any more) well 5.0 ash it make this happen fo with wiskas it has a 4.2 ash.make sure she drinks lots of water this is a ph problem since when Ph goes up she or he will make crystels and thats what clogs there pee track I had a cat that always had to have a tub put in about 5 times a year this cat must be up in age.try checking out a new vet most of them forget about the hearts and lean more to the dollar go see a new vet they might get you meds alot cheeper hey get them to wright out a Rx and get gernerics and if you have a hard time with a pill get a None pin needel from drug store and fill it with hot water then put it in a cup tilt it then add pill melt it down the suck it up and wamo into her mouth she might drool because she loves the teaste but thats ok she got her meds Lots of water keep the crystels moving
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  10. laylah1000 Says:

    if i were you i'd change vets. lots of times… they can do an xray of the kitty to see if its got an enlarged prostrate. or anything like that.

    if she's got stones in there… they need to find out. its better to go ahead and do an xray so they can be sure there's nothing blocking it.. than spend hundreds of dollars on meds that dont work.

    theres this product you may want to try.. I keep some in my house for my kittys.. and it seems to work real good.

    here's the link for it if you want to check it out.

    http://www.nativeremedies.com/petalive/uti-free-urinary-tract-infection-cats-dogs.html
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  11. TRboi Says:

    unless you live in the city, just keep it as an outside catbuild a cat house, use plexiglass for the roof, or the cat won't go in. they like to see out, and use a reptile infrared heating bulb in winter, if you have a true alley cat ferule then you'll never have mice. if you insist on keeping the cat indoors keep it in the bathroom whenever you are out, put powdered cayenne pepper on all the pee spots (a great deterrent) and get another litter trained male cat, who will lead by example
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  12. Nightflight Says:

    Try change her diet to totally wet food. If that does not help find her a good home. It's not the cat's fault.
    If you have to rehome her please reconsider if having a cat is the right pet for you, pets are forever.
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  13. Shesu Says:

    Make sure that you only feed her Wet food, either raw Roo meat or tinned food like Whiska's, do not feed her dry biscuit food at all as this is what causes the problem, make sure that there is always water available and encourage the cat to drink, it might like the Cat milk that you can get. I have a Tom Cat that used to get it all the time, the vet told me that it happens more in Tom Cats as their Urethra is narrower that females, but it can still happen in female cats, he said the dry biscuit is the problem, now my cat is fine.
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  14. can't say Says:

    These are some of the things I tried when we adopted a pissy shelter cat. Now she is fine and hasn't had a problem since she's been treated. She had crystals in her urine.

    – Feed an all canned diet, high protein, low or no grains. Once her prescription food is gone, get a good brand from a pet store, don't use the vet's brand, they aren't that healthy. (Gradually switch her food over a week to prevent stomach upset.)
    – Leave out fresh clean water every day.
    – Put her in the litterbox a few times a day so she gets the hint that she's supposed to go there.
    – Buy an extra litterbox so she can choose which one she wants to use at any given time. Scoop at least twice daily so it's always clean.
    – Clean up her urine messes with Nature's Miracle and put tin foil on the spots so she won't go on the same spot.
    – Confine her to a room with her litterbox when you aren't home.
    References :

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