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Ten most common diseases for cats

Update Time:2023/7/12

01  Urinary tract disease
Lower urinary tract disease is the disease with the highest incidence, especially among male cats.

These signs include: urinating outside the litter box, very straining, blood in the stool, barking while urinating, not peeing, excessive licking of the genitals, not eating or drinking, screaming while walking, lethargic and lethargic.

Treatment modalities include catheterization, medications, and frequent cats may require surgery.

02  Stomach trouble
Causes include: eating spoiled things, eating too fast, allergies, bacterial infections, etc. 

Symptoms may include: vomiting, hiccups, loss of appetite, blood in the stool, etc. Generally, it is necessary to obtain the assistance of a doctor to determine the cause.

Treatment methods include supplementary therapy such as taking drugs and rehydration.

03 Kidney failure
It is more common in older cats. The main symptoms include: drinking a lot of water, urinating. It is possible to drool and have a wet chin all the time.

Kidney failure is irreversible and cannot be cured, but it can be slowed down with diet, medicine, water and therapy.

04 Intestinal inflammation
Diarrhea is one of the very common symptoms of intestinal inflammation. 

It can be caused by a variety of reasons, such as: diet, eating the wrong things, allergies, bacterial overgrowth, parasites, and even kidney disease. Symptoms may also include loss of appetite and vomiting.

When encountering this kind of problem, first fast for 12-24 hours, and then take treatment measures, such as giving antibiotics, probiotics, changing diet, etc. If you don't know how to deal with it, it is best to consult a veterinarian.

05 Skin allergies
Causes of skin allergies in cats include food, fleas, pollen, mites, and even mold.

Treatment, which may include allergy shots, dietary changes, and antihistamines.

06 Diabetes
It is especially noticeable in older cats. Symptoms include: drinking a lot of water, frequent urination, peeing outside the litter box, listlessness, etc.

The specific cause of diabetes has not been confirmed, but it is clearly related to obesity.

07 Constipation, Colitis
Colitis (colitis) causes diarrhea most of the time, but occasionally causes constipation. Causes may include: bacteria, fungi, viruses, allergies, parasites, etc.

Symptoms that may occur include: violent pulling, loss of appetite, dehydration, vomiting, etc.

Specific treatment will depend on the situation and symptoms: dietary changes, deworming, antibiotics, laxatives, enemas, etc. may need to be combined.

08 Ear infection
There are various reasons, such as: mites, bacteria, fungi, diabetes, allergies, drug side effects, etc.

Buy products to clean your ears first. It can be treated with common antibiotics. If there is no improvement within a week, seek medical attention.

09 Upper Respiratory Tract Virus Infection
Cats that have not been vaccinated are vulnerable to herpes virus and calicivirus. As long as the cat has been vaccinated according to the normal level, if there are slight tears and nasal discharge symptoms, don’t worry too much. It is more likely to be bacterial. Antibiotic treatment is sufficient.

For upper respiratory viruses, antiviral drugs generally have little effect. It can be cured mainly through careful care and taking antibiotics to help cats survive the most uncomfortable complication period.

10 Hyperthyroidism
The most likely cause of the disease is benign tumors, which can lead to excessive secretion of thyroid hormones and thus cause disease.

If your cat starts drinking a lot of water, urinating, suddenly aggressive, nervous, hyperactive, vomiting, eating more without gaining weight, or a combination of the above symptoms, you should see a doctor in time.

Treatment options range from medication to surgery, depending on the situation.