This is life-threatening to a cat crystal blockage, stones, and plugs. If your cat is blocked death can occur if untreated within 72 hours.
If you see your cat is drinking and peeing a lot it may have Hyperthyroidism.
When you take your cat to get a physical make sure that the vet does a blood test to check for renal failure this condition is very serious by the time the symptom shows up the kidneys are damaged.
Signs to look for are ammonia breath, jaw clicking and drooling.
An ear infection could be caused by medication, mites, bacteria, fungi, diabetes, and allergies. See you vet.
Signs of having colitis diarrhea, the cat will hurt to poop and will try to hold it in. It can also develop constipation.
For gastritis inflammation of the stomach lining. Be sure to take the cat to the vet.
If you see that your older cat is depressed or very thirst-day and peeing outside of the litter box the cat may have diabetes see your vet.
When you see that your cat scratches, chews on his skin or has patches of fur missing take the cat to the vet. It has probably allergies.
Professional Pet Sitting Services offered in the Upper to Mid-Pinellas County Area