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Feline haematuria

Species: cat | Category: general | Submitted: 9 May 2009 04:28PM | viewed 10263 times
Q Lydia asks:

My amputee & obese rescue cat, Lucy, has haematuria with frequency of urination and possibly worms in a pool of urine. There is no evidence of pain but occasional vomiting.

Q Our vet says: You should take Lucy to your vet and if possible take a sample of the urine (and worms) with you so that this can be tested and any further abnormalities identified.

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