Blood in cat urine is a condition in which there are red blood cells in the cat's urine.
The most common symptom of blood in cat urine is a pink or red tint to the urine.
The most common cause of blood in cat urine is a urinary tract infection (UTI). Other causes include bladder stones, kidney disease, and kidney failure.
A veterinarian can diagnose blood in cat urine by examining a sample of the urine under a microscope.
The treatment for blood in cat urine depends on the underlying cause. UTIs are usually treated with antibiotics.
Provide your cat with plenty of fresh water
If you notice blood in your cat's urine, it is important to see a veterinarian right away.