Pets can’t tell you when they’re feeling ill, so watching your pet for signs of disease is often the only way to know that something may be wrong.
In this video, you’ll learn about a common condition that affects young male and overweight cats called feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD). This condition prevents your cat’s bladder from evacuating urine. FLUTD is life-threatening and must be treated by a veterinarian right away. Watch the video to learn about the signs of FLUTD as well as potential treatment options.
If you notice your cat acting out of the ordinary, make an appointment with Heart of Chelsea Animal Hospital. We’re a dedicated team of veterinarians and staff in New York who want to help keep your pet in great health. Call us at (917) 675-3708 to learn more about our services.