When it comes to veterinary emergencies, most people think about breathing difficulties or the consumption of toxic substances. However, not all veterinary emergencies are as easy to notice. One example of such an emergency is urinary obstruction in cats.
Urinary obstruction is almost exclusive to male felines due to the fact that the urethra of a male cat is much narrower than that of their female counterparts. The condition itself is not as common as you may think, but it can potentially be a lethal condition if it isn’t treated by vets in Croydon early. Fortunately, cats that are developing an obstruction will often exhibit several symptoms, including:
Failed Attempts to Urinate
Despite the blockage, your feline friend will still attempt to urinate. In most cases, he will be unable to urinate at all. Sometimes, he will only be able to expel a very minute amount of urine. Read more from this blog. http://bit.ly/2tmkHtR