Sorry for the late post this morning! I simply didn't get this post scheduled before picking Evan up from the vet yesterday (the poor boy spent the day there because he was withholding the urine they needed), and after I got home with my momma's boy I spent the rest of the evening cuddling him. So, we have a late post. But, we also have a boy who's feeling a bit better. Thank you all for the purrs and prayers for Evan yesterday! He indeed has another UTI, so now he's on antibiotics and is on the mend.
Now, how about your fix of a little calico named Tonks?
We're still making our way through our tips on litter boxes. Today's tip is a quick and simple one, and it's to use the times you scoop and clean the litter box wisely. In other words, use your litter scooping time to be observant of your kitty's urine and feces. Are there any changes to the urine or stool volume or frequency? Is it a different color? Is there blood or mucus in it? Is the stool especially hard, or especially soft or runny? What about the odor? Excrement never smells particularly nice, but is there any new change in its smell? Try to always be observant of these types of things when you're scooping your cat's litter box. After all, some diseases will have symptoms that show up in the litter box, and so it is indeed important to make sure you are regularly checking to make sure all is well in that box. Of course, if you do notice anything concerning while scooping the litter box, do not hesitate to make a call to your veterinarian.