Why is my senior cat drinking a lot of water?

Why is my senior cat drinking a lot of water?

There is a very long list of causes for PU/PD in cats and dogs. This article focuses on three of the most common causes of PU/PD in older cats. Three of the more common causes of excessive urination and excessive drinking in cats are diabetes mellitus, chronic kidney disease, and hyperthyroidism.

How old is my cat and how much water does he drink?

My cat is almost 15 years old. For the last few months, he has been drinking a lot more water and is urinating over the edge of his litterbox. We moved to a new house just under two years ago and he has lost weight since the move.

Why does my cat drink a lot of water?

If you notice any changes in your cat’s eating and drinking habits, be sure to alert your veterinarian. This can be a sign of pain and various other serious medical issues including, kidney disease, diabetes, and hyperthyroidism. Your Cat Seems Disorientated

How old is my 18 year old cat?

18 or 19 year old cat and she’s wasting away before our eyes. Very thin compared to her younger chunky physique, drinking lots of water, trouble getting on the couch but can make it (fell off once as far as we are aware) purrs away when stroked, which we find encouraging, but not eating a lot.

Why is my 20 year old cat yowling?

Cats who are losing their vision, hearing or sense of smell can begin to vocalize excessively. Common sense would dictate that a decline in the senses leads to confusion and irritability. My 20-year-old yowling cat reminded me of my dad when his hearing aid batteries died. “Dad, you don’t have to scream at me. I can hear you.” Hypertension.

My cat is almost 15 years old. For the last few months, he has been drinking a lot more water and is urinating over the edge of his litterbox. We moved to a new house just under two years ago and he has lost weight since the move.

18 or 19 year old cat and she’s wasting away before our eyes. Very thin compared to her younger chunky physique, drinking lots of water, trouble getting on the couch but can make it (fell off once as far as we are aware) purrs away when stroked, which we find encouraging, but not eating a lot.

If you notice any changes in your cat’s eating and drinking habits, be sure to alert your veterinarian. This can be a sign of pain and various other serious medical issues including, kidney disease, diabetes, and hyperthyroidism. Your Cat Seems Disorientated

Cats who are losing their vision, hearing or sense of smell can begin to vocalize excessively. Common sense would dictate that a decline in the senses leads to confusion and irritability. My 20-year-old yowling cat reminded me of my dad when his hearing aid batteries died. “Dad, you don’t have to scream at me. I can hear you.” Hypertension.