Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: northern Minnesota
Re: Pee Problem
It's possible that your boy may have a partial urinary blockage. If he is developing crystals in his urinary tract, the crystals can clump together and form blockages in the urethra. Since he is still able to pass some urine, he is not completely blocked, but he may have a partial blockage that could turn into a complete blockage at any time. If he blocks completely and is unable to pass any urine at all, it is an emergent, life-threatening condition that needs to be addressed immediately in order to save the cat. You should be prepared to take him to an emergency clinic tomorrow if that should happen. If he blocks completely and you try to wait until Saturday or Monday to take him for treatment, he'll likely be dead before you can get him to the vet.
I'm sorry to be so blunt, but I have had three of my male cats suffer complete blockages, and I was able to get each one to the vet very quickly to save them. My friend, however, was not so lucky. One of her male cats blocked during a snowstorm when she was snowed in and couldn't get to a vet. Her cat died in excruciating pain in her home. That's not something I would want your cat or you to have to experience.
Keep a very close eye on your boy and get him to a vet immediately if he stops being able to pass urine.