So I'm going to ask in hopes that there is a way to determine which one of my babies is doing it, but if I have to take them all to the vet, so be it. Last night I found a puddle of pee on the floor that looked bloody. It was small so we assumed it was a cat. I've got five of them. One of them is notorious for peeing where she shouldn't but I've never seen blood in her urine before (and I clean it up often enough I should have noticed it). I've never noticed blood in any of the pee in the boxes either but it's clumping litter so I don't know that I would. Anyway so I worried all night and figured I'd call the vet to see if they all need to go in or if there is a way to figure out who did it. I went out to the kitchen this morning and there was another puddle of pee with blood in it but it was definitely dog pee (she pooped on the floor next to it, her signature). Now I don't know if it's a cat or the dog. A cat could have peed on the floor and then the dog could have peed over it but I don't know, or it could be the dog. My mother-in-law said she thought our dog drank too much water and that we should mention it the next time we took her to the vet. Does anyone have any idea on how to tell who is doing it other than catching them in the act? Are there any other symptoms that would go along with this problem for us to look for? I'm trying to avoid taking all six animals to the vet but if they all need to go, they all need to go.
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2/26/08 at 4:58am