April 05, 2017

Dealing with Cats that are Not Yet Obstructed

Susan Little, DVM, DABVP (Feline), owner of Bytown Cat Hospital in Ontario, Canada, explains what to do when dealing with a cat that isn’t obstructed yet but has clinical signs of lower urinary tract problems.


Susan Little, DVM, DABVP (Feline), owner of Bytown Cat Hospital in Ontario, Canada, explains what to do when dealing with a cat that isn’t obstructed yet but has clinical signs of lower urinary tract problems.

The first step is to give these cats pain medication, and the second step is to diagnose and investigate into what the underlying issue is. She says that veterinarians used to give these cats antibiotics first, but the thinking has since changed over to pain management.

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