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June 7th, 2012, 01:06 PM
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Mr.Blackie potty accidents are more behavioral as he has no infection,no crystals but he does have a high ph balance in his urine. High ph balances can lead up to infections and or crystals
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June 10th, 2012, 04:29 PM
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High PH typically means he is basically chronically dehydrated. If you have him on dry food, I'd highly suggest moving him to canned food instead which can help with that plus always making sure he has fresh water (maybe more than one bowl) and always has access to it. But cats are not hugh drinkers in general, so switching to canned food can help with that. Some cats will also allow you to mix the food with some water and that can also help with getting additional liquids into them.

Did they do anything other than a urine check, i.e. a full CBC to make sure that internal things are working? Far more things can be wrong other than a UTI that would cause a cat to urinate/defecate outside of the box.
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