Does your Cat have a Drinking Problem?

Is your cat drinking more than normal? Have you noticed your cat suddenly drinking from the tap? If so, the cause could be a significant underlying disease. In this post Laura Du Pre, Veterinary Surgeon and Clinical Director of leading Yorkshire based vets Calder Vets, looks at how to identify if there is a drinking…

via Does Your Cat have a Drinking Problem? — Katzenworld

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15 thoughts on “Does your Cat have a Drinking Problem?”

  1. Thanks for the information. I used to have a cat that didn’t like tap water. This was before bottled water became popular. I would take some out on the porch and let it sit in the sun uncovered to let the chlorine die out, then he liked it better.

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    1. Mr. M used to love drinking water out of the marine fish tank… we were horrified and thought he’d poison himself, so it was quite the relief to learn that cats can digest salt water – and the minerals are good for them.


    1. Due to living feral, M had a lot if issues with UTIs, too. I started him on Natural Pet Pharmaceuticals by King Bio Urinary Tract Irritations Control for Cats a few months ago and the only time he’s had an issue since then was after we were away on vacation for a week and the pet-sitter didn’t give him the drops.
      It could be coincidence, but I believe the stuff works, at least for M.


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