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Feature August 2019 Issue

Act Fast if a Male Cat Can’t Pass Urine

If your male cat is straining to urinate and the litter is not getting wet, you have no time to lose; get to the vet’s office.

Act Fast if a Male Cat Can’t Pass Urine

Saving him requires a hospital stay, followed by a weighty decision.

Has the litter box remained dry over the last day or so, with no clumps forming no matter how hard your male cat tries to “go?” Get him to the veterinarian — now.

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