Why is my cat’s urine red?
Red urine in cats is most likely a sign of a urinary infection, inflamed bladder or urinary tract, or bladder stones.
These problems are relatively common in cats.
Contact your veterinarian – Your cat should be examined by a veterinarian because urinary inflammation and infections can cause crystals to form in the urinary tract, which can be deadly.
In addition, your veterinarian can examine him for other problems, such as kidney disease.
For more information, see Urinary Tract Infections.
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