Symptoms of urination problems in cats
Urination problems are, as you may know, common among cats and there are a variety of symptoms that indicate that a cat has urinary problems. The problems causing the symptoms can vary in complexity and in some cases can actually be life threatening, so it is important that as a cat owner you are aware of the common symptoms of urinary problems.
Here are some common symptoms of urinary problems that you should be aware of:
Cat licks the urinary opening a lot
The cat urinates a lot, i.e. urinates many small puddles
The cat tries to pee for long periods of time without any or only a few drops coming out
The cat has blood in the urine
The cat's urine smells worse than usual
In some cases, the cat pees outside the box, but there may be other reasons for this as well
Pain when urinating
If your cat exhibits any of the above symptoms, you should take it to a vet for examination. Some symptoms may indicate a life-threatening condition. If your cat tries to urinate but nothing or only a drop comes, you need to see a vet urgently!