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Old November 5th, 2011, 03:08 PM
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Thank you sugarcatmom for reply!
All 3 times we collected urine from his litter box and brought it to vet for urine test.
Not a good method for determining a UTI. No matter how well you clean the litter box, it's not going to be a sterile sample. I highly suggest taking him to the vet when he's done this course of antibiotics and having the urine extracted by cystocentisis. Then the sample MUST be sent out to a lab for culturing. This can not be done in house at the vet clinic, and it takes about 3 days for the results.

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Cat still drinks and pees more than usual.
Has he had a full senior blood panel done recently to see how the rest of his organs are functioning? The excessive drinking/peeing would concern me.
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