My foster cat has FLUTD. I need to get a new sample, but I'm having trouble. When I put the litter box down with the lab litter, he's refusing to use it. I'm afraid of him holding his urine too long. I ended up putting his other litter box back out and peed right away. Should I take his litter box away and just wait for him to use the lab litter litterbox or can this cause more problems if he holds it for too long? The longest I kept the lab litter litter box down was 12 hours and he wouldn't go. I don't want to cause more problems than needed, but I need a new sample. His last sample was too bloody to get any readings. The last sample was also taken at the shelter, so who knows how long it took him to use the box that time.
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3/18/08 at 9:51am