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#741801 - 9th Nov 2012 7:08pm Cat can't pee!
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Does anyone know anything about cats? Ours was neutered about 4 years ago and has had no problems since but this evening he is trying to pee in the kitchen (always goes outside normally) and can't. He has a little cry then lays down and opens his legs and licks his little pouch thing where his bits should be, but there is something sorta poking out and it has a little spot of blood on it. Anyone any idea what to do or what can be wrong?

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#741804 - 9th Nov 2012 7:17pm Re: Cat can't pee! [Re: jenscho]
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Take him to Broadway vets on Wallasey Road asap. Hope he's ok.

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#741806 - 9th Nov 2012 7:20pm Re: Cat can't pee! [Re: jenscho]
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Originally Posted By: jenscho
Does anyone know anything about cats? Ours was neutered about 4 years ago and has had no problems since but this evening he is trying to pee in the kitchen (always goes outside normally) and can't. He has a little cry then lays down and opens his legs and licks his little pouch thing where his bits should be, but there is something sorta poking out and it has a little spot of blood on it. Anyone any idea what to do or what can be wrong?


It's only a guess but the first thing i thought was " Cystitis ".
i found a link for you to read on it and one of the first things the article says is " Unlike dogs and people, cystitis in cats is frequently caused by stress rather than by an infection." So maybe your cat has been stressed with the fireworks this passed week ?

anyway here is the link: http://www.willows.uk.net/general-practice-service/pet-health-information/cystitis-in-cats

hope ths helps and the poor little fellow recovers soon smile

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#741807 - 9th Nov 2012 7:20pm Re: Cat can't pee! [Re: jenscho]
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Might have some sort of water infection I'd get him to the vet if I was you ....good luck smile

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#741812 - 9th Nov 2012 7:36pm Re: Cat can't pee! [Re: jenscho]
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any idea of vet prices!? Or which let you pay in installments?

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#741829 - 9th Nov 2012 8:12pm Re: Cat can't pee! [Re: Sneezy]
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Kidney infection, try the RSPCA off Laird st.

If you know someone on the job seekers support they get vouchers and don't need to pay.

Vets are expensive, not good at this time of year but you cat needs urgent attention.
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#741838 - 9th Nov 2012 8:37pm Re: Cat can't pee! [Re: jenscho]
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Well we're off to see a vet, nice £100 to open the door to us then any other fees on top frown
This has been a month from hell so far, everything has bloody broken!
Thanks for all your advice guys xx

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#741843 - 9th Nov 2012 8:52pm Re: Cat can't pee! [Re: jenscho]
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Oh great....don't need extra expense this time of year do you....hope he gets sorted...good luck smile

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#741855 - 9th Nov 2012 9:51pm Re: Cat can't pee! [Re: jenscho]
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Originally Posted By: jenscho
Does anyone know anything about cats? Ours was neutered about 4 years ago and has had no problems since but this evening he is trying to pee in the kitchen (always goes outside normally) and can't. He has a little cry then lays down and opens his legs and licks his little pouch thing where his bits should be, but there is something sorta poking out and it has a little spot of blood on it. Anyone any idea what to do or what can be wrong?
yes he is having pain you need to take your cat to the vet and the blood thing is asap,
let us know what was wrong


Edited by Morgan2012 (9th Nov 2012 9:53pm)

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#741906 - 10th Nov 2012 12:07am Re: Cat can't pee! [Re: _Ste_]
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Originally Posted By: _Ste_
Kidney infection, try the RSPCA off Laird st.

If you know someone on the job seekers support they get vouchers and don't need to pay.

Vets are expensive, not good at this time of year but you cat needs urgent attention.


What RSPCA off Laird St?

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#741960 - 10th Nov 2012 10:08am Re: Cat can't pee! [Re: jenscho]
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Originally Posted By: jenscho
Well we're off to see a vet, nice £100 to open the door to us then any other fees on top frown
This has been a month from hell so far, everything has bloody broken!
Thanks for all your advice guys xx
How did the little fella get on at vets.
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#741973 - 10th Nov 2012 10:33am Re: Cat can't pee! [Re: jenscho]
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Hi our cat has this problem it sounds like urinary tract infection must cats have this especially males. My cat was the same he is on a special diet if wet food and has a tablet caused cystaid these can be bought cheaper on the net once the vet has confirmed the problem. We feed our cat royal canine urinary OS of a morning and the pouch wet food whiskers of an evening. It soon stops once they are on medication I recommend broadway vets fees not bad let me know how you get on

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#741975 - 10th Nov 2012 10:36am Re: Cat can't pee! [Re: jenscho]
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You really need to go broadway vets I don't know why or which vet you are going to for £100?

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#741981 - 10th Nov 2012 11:38am Re: Cat can't pee! [Re: jenscho]
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The emergency vets fee was £100. Phoned broadway and I think they share the emergency number with birch. He had an op last night to take a kidney/bladder stone out and catherterise him so he will be in for a few days yet frown Paid £120 last night and when we pick him up they reckon it will be about another £100, so not the end of the world. The alternative would have been to be cleaning up cat insides this morning if his bladder had have burst overnight and I really would rather not be doing that! They said he will have to have a specialised diet, probably halls or something, they are going to write it all down for me. Thanks everyone for your help, I was worried about asking for help only to get the old 'why aren't you insured' questions and sarcastic comments so thanks everyone smile Hopefully we will have Grock (yeah, really!) home asap!

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#741984 - 10th Nov 2012 11:43am Re: Cat can't pee! [Re: jenscho]
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Thanks for update, hope the little fella recovers well
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