July 2010 Issue

Sorting Out Elimination Disorders

Some are mildly vexing, while others are life-threatening. Learn what the signs are, and also what help your cat needs.

Many serious feline conditions some of them even life-threatening commonly display themselves in the excessive passage of watery feces (diarrhea); the painful retention of dry, hardened feces (constipation); the frequent voiding of abnormally large amounts of urine (polyuria); or difficult, perhaps even impossible, urination (dysuria).

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