My cat had a UA done last week and they found a low level of bacteria (they called it 1+) and a few red blood cells (normal is 1-3, her range was 4-10). The sample was taken from my litter box using aquarium gravel, so the vet said the bacteria could be from the box or the cat, but since there are also red blood cells, she suggested putting her on Baytril for two weeks. She isn't showing any signs of a UTI that are apparent to me. She took two doses of the meds just fine but now will not take them no matter what I do. I'm going to call my vet tomorrow for suggestions, but does anybody have any experience with test results like these? Does it seem like a pretty low amount of bacteria and blood to start antibiotics?
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6/8/08 at 3:57pm