I have an 18 year old cat and she is eating well, but drinking lots of water. Urinating an awful lot. I have to totally empty her litter box every day.
She has little tiny seizures, and has had them for several years where her head jerks, but it doesn't last more than a couple of seconds.
As one of you mentioned, you don't want your cat to suffer and I sure don't either.
Answer by Kate
are you saying that you think she may be suffering? If so then i think you may know the answer.
If not but you are concerned about her drinking habits etc and worry that there may be something wrong then only a vet can answer that. She is a very old cat and at her age things will start to go wrong and i can understand perhaps your reluctance to take her to the vet in case he does recoomend that it would be kinder to put her to sleep. However the decsion is yours and the vet can only andise and if she is not suffering but can be treated then the vet will do everything they can.
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