Many cat owners find that their cats always hide their pain, a professional veterinarian from the Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston said that it all depends on the problem. Most commonly cat owners bring their cats to the veterinarian or emergency room in the signs of a lower urinary tract infection.
Cats suffering from his affliction can be affected in a variety of ways, ranging from mild discomfort to life-threatening inability to pass urine. From a few unnoticed extra trips to the litter box, some mild discomfort for a day or two just occur outside of the litter box.
There are more obvious symptoms of a urinary tract infection such as licking at the genital area, vomiting or extreme lethargy, etc. It’s likely to see no outward symptoms of pain or illness in cats until they begin to lose weight or have a decreased appetite. These problems are difficult to manage if you have more than one cat.