Like human beings, cats can be affected by urination problems too and the only thing that differs in these two cases is that the cat cannot tell you verbally what it is going through so it is possible that you might not even know that your cat is suffering through an issue. Owning pets is no joke because their well-being depends upon their owners and it can be hard to take care of them since pets are not exactly verbal about their health which is why it is the owners’ responsibility to always keep a check on their health and as soon as a symptom occurs, they should be taken to the vet immediately as they are delicate.
You might not believe it but good diet has a direct link to solving cats’ urination issues and that is something that MiluMimi agrees on and that is why you should know what kind of problems are common with cats so that you know what kinds of diet are appropriate for each health issue.
Cats, like human beings, get a Urinary Tract Infection or a UTI and they also get kidney stones but both of these conditions come under the umbrella term known as a Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease or FLUTD. FLUTD is not something to be taken lightly because they can have serious implications on the bladder and kidneys of the cats and if not given proper treatment, they can even cause kidney failure or destruction of the cats’ bladders.
If your cat is showing symptoms of abnormal urination like peeing anywhere, blood in the urine, licking the urination hole or discomfort then you need to take it to the vet and make sure that it only takes healthy diet with appropriate minerals, carbohydrates and vitamins.