Enlarged Kidneys in Cats

A cat’s kidneys can be enlarged due to inflammation, infection, cysts, urinary tract obstruction, or masses (potentially cancerous). Toxins and infections also may cause acutely enlarged kidneys. Treatment starts with determining the underlying cause and analyzing signs of disease.

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