Common signs your pet may need bladder support
Poor urinary tract health is a familiar reason for pet owners to visit the vets with their cat. Cats in particular are more likely to experience reduced urinary tract function. Stress is a key cause of poor urinary tract function, which can occur in cats for many reasons.
There are many reasons why your cat could be stressed, which include: changes to their indoor environment, territorial problems, unfamiliar noises or cattery visits. These are just some of the reasons why your cat will need support maintaining a healthy bladder.
Commons signs that might mean your cat needs urinary tract support include:
Your cat might make frequent attempts to urinate and only be able to produce a small amount or urine each time.
It could be painful for your cat when they try to urinate. Some cats will also repeatedly lick the area as a way to self-soothe.
Blood in urine
Cats with poor urinary tract health could have blood-tinged or discoloured urine. It is more common for females to show this sign rather than male cats.
Urinating outside litter box
This might not always be a cause for concern, however if paired with any of the above symptoms, it might be a sign that your cat may need support.
Some cats may seem more irritable if they are in pain or uncomfortable.
If your think that your cat could have reduced urinary tract function, it is important to consult your vet, who is best placed to monitor and understand your cats health needs. This is especially important for senior cats that are more likely to need support.
nutracys+ has a unique formula specifically developed to help support and maintain a healthy urinary tract function for your cat or dog. Ask your vet for more information on ways to help your cat and how nutracys+ can help to naturally maintain a healthy bladder.