10 Assumptions That May Hurt Your Cat
Kelly Serfas, a Certified Veterinary Technician in Bethlehem, PA, contributed to this post.
As a veterinarian, I commonly come across 10 dangerous assumptions held by feline caretakers. It’s time to put an end to these rumors that may negatively impact feline health.
1. My cat just has to pee a lot
A common feline emergency is urinary or urethral blockage. It is mostly seen in male cats, and occasionally in female cats. A cat can become "blocked" by a build-up of crystals or mucus that acts as a plug. Without emergency intervention, the kidneys can fail and the cat could die.