Re: Bladder Control Issues
Thank you for all the responses I really appreciate it!
I would take her to vet as soon as possible but we live in the middle of no where. The nearest city is a 3.5 - 4hr drive. We do have a vet out here but he only comes out here twice a month, if that, and he isn't going to be in town until his next visit which is the 17th. I've set up an appointment for on the 17th to have her checked out.
I really hope the poor girl doesn't have something more major, I would feel horrible! I was assuming everything was more from age then anything serious, because when I adopted her from vegas the shelter warned me that she is a senior cat with senior issues.
When I got her I really felt that she was older then the 8 years the shelter had down on paper, honestly if I would of guessed at the time I would of thought she was easily 10. (though I'm not a vet)
I also didn't mean to rule out a urinary infection I just meant to say that I didn't think that was the issue, but it very well can be. I was told though that if it was a urinary infection that her pee would be darker in colour and it would have a strong smell to it. Which the reason I was thinking It wasn't is because her urine is completely opposite. Its almost completely clear with only a slight yellowing and it actually doesn't smell much at all. Do you know how much of this is true with a urinary infection? If it is a urinary infection what can I give her to help her out until the vet visit?