| January 15, 2022

Alan, a senior tuxedo cat, was surrendered to Toronto Humane Society for medical reasons. 

He was straining to urinate and had a history of urinary blockage, he was overweight and unable to clean himself properly, and he had dental disease. 

Alan was diagnosed with (FLUTD) Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease.  

FLUTD is not a specific disease, but a term that describes conditions that affect the lower urinary tract. Our medical team suspected Alan’s bladder was inflamed and prescribed medication to treat it. 

Within days of taking the medication, Alan was no longer straining to urinate and was happily eating his new food! His teeth were cared for and he went into a foster home to await adoption. 

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