Updated: Apr 27, 2022
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) in cats are infections of the bladder that can go on to infect kidney. They are commonly under-diagnosed in cats because cats often show no signs of the infection, although some cats will have smelly urine, the cat may urinate more frequently and some cats will urinate outside of their litter box.
There are certain groups of cats that are more prone to UTIs than others, particularly cats with diabetes and kidney disease.
In this video I will tell you what you should look out for in your cat and why some cats are more at risk of a UTI than others.