No tests were performed because they could not get a urine sample. The just gave him medicine as a proactive measure.
His bowels are normal, except there is a lot at a time, almost like he hadn't had a bm in a few days.
No weight loss. Minor vomiting, mostly food. I never see him eat! But he is about 12 pounds, which the vet aid is healthy.
He has always been a strange cat. He is extreamly shy and scared, runs when any one comes near him, and was shaking so bad at his yearly exam, the vet needed to sedate him with anti-anxiety meds. I adopted him as a kitten and has never been abused. He lives with my other adult cat, who has no problems.
- Removing the covers of litterboxes so they are more open
- I have even had owners that have purchses storage containes, such as
rubbermaid containers, not made for litter but are MUCH larger than cat litterboxes to give them a large area.
- Placing the litterboxes in areas of less traffic in the house to give them more of a private area to urinate (and defecate)
I hope this information helps! _____________________________________________________________________Please click "ACCEPT" if the information I have provided has been of help so I receive credit for my work. Bonuses are always welcome and appreciated. Thank you.The above is given for information only. Although I am a licensed veterinarian, I cannot legally prescribe medicines or diagnose your pet's condition without performing a physical exam. If you have concerns about your pet I would highly advise contacting your regular veterinarian