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1) Is there a possibility that she is going outside of the litter box? 2) Is she eating moist food or dry food? both? 3) When was the last time her urination amount was normal? 4) Any changes in her behavior?
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I'm afraid I did not receive your reply if you had answered the questions in my last post. I've reposted them below:1) Is there a possibility that she is going outside of the litter box? 2) Is she eating moist food or dry food? both? 3) When was the last time her urination amount was normal? 4) Any changes in her behavior?
Because she is producing less urine despite normal intake of fluids, it would be wise to schedule a visit for her as she already has known renal compromise. Cats with renal compromise are prone to a condition known as oliguria. This is a reduction in the amount of urine output in an attempt to conserve electrolytes. In can indicate severe renal compromise. Although her values were checked just 3 months ago, I would go ahead and have them checked again to be sure that her renal compromise has not worsened.I would go ahead and schedule to have her examined by the ER vet if you have one available in your area, yes.
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Checking in. How is Jojo today?