How To Tell When Difficulty Urinating Means Taking Your Cat to the Vet 
“Tomorrow” or “Right Now”

Male cats tend to be the ones who develop obstructions that make it hard to urinate. That’s never a good thing — the cat needs to be seen and treated. But how quickly do you need to act? If you see your cat managing to release some kind of stream in the litter box, make […]
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