Re: High level of PH - what does this mean?
What do I know?, not much really,...so, don't count too much on this, but it sounds to me as though there may be some crystallization in her bladder. But it didn't show a bladder infection right.
I would quickly, change her diet to something maybe that is low ash or no ash...but as I said, what do I know...check it out. Are you feeding dry food? If so that is an import thing to change I believe. We are over done with pressure to feed cats dry food...but I have been convinced that is all wrong for cats. But some cats are so used to it, they demand it. And I have seen cats thrive on it..it seems, but then I don't know their whole life story. I kind of associate it to potato chips people get to love.
It is disturbing that the vet gave you no advice or help beyond testing, testing testing. You and you cat needs help.
I would immediately change vets or get another opinion at least. O.K.?
And I'm really sorry about what you are dealing with as far as the spraying goes. That is one miserable mess to live with. Of course, I know, the poor cat is suffering and that is THE worst. I don't mean to diminish it.
The pet store does have a cat urine smell remover. I recommend it. After my cat's vet strung me along with tests and my poor baby peed all over the house !!!!!!, I thought I was going to have to loose the whole contents of the house, but the pet store CAT urine smell remover worked. A lot of work and several times using, but it worked.
I had less luck with my baby (9 year old cat), and truly believe I should have changed vets.
Best wishes to both of you.