12 September, 2016


For the squeamish, don't look at this peeball!
This is the biggest peeball that I've ever dug out of the litterbox!  It's massive; I even got out a ruler to measure it's size.  This was all Chucky, because I just happened to have witnessed the um, er...deposit as it was created!

Now, actually, a peeball this size is cause for concern; excessive urination can be an indicator of several issues, like kidney problems or even diabetes.  Lucky for him, we have a visit at Sheppard Alternative Animal Care on Saturday, and we will ask the veterinarian all about it.  However, it's more than likely that it's a one time behavior for my Chuck, since I scoop the boxes every day and know both his and Angel's output.  He makes a big peeball every once in awhile, but not every day. Thanks to TROUT TALKIN TABBIES for giving me the courage to take a photo of something from the litterbox!  LOL!

P.S. Please go visit Sunny at Colehaus Cats; the orange kitty is now in her furrever home!  YAY!

P.S.S. You know that I love cats, but really I love all critters.  Like this cricket that I just found in one of our Vice President's offices.  I carefully captured it, then released it back outside.  Run free, dear cricket!
Mr. Cricket, why were you inside my building?


The Whiskeratti said...

Run, Mr. Cricket, run !! The world awaits.

Connie - Tails from the Foster Kittens said...

LOL. I talk about litter box issues all the time.

That is one impressive pee ball. he must have been sleeping hard

Terri said...

Some cats will pee in the same spots and create huge clumps. It's always a good idea to have diabetes or renal failure in mind if this continues.

Colehaus Cats said...

WHOA! That pee ball! We bet our Da


Our Mom won't let us say what we think but we think you know *wink wink*

Yippee for saving the cricket! And Thank You for helping welcome Miss Itty/Sunny!

da tabbies o trout towne said...

dood...we iz impressed.....we call thiz peece: tenniz ball off de court { N we hope ya doez knot haz any izzuez... ya noe ~~~ } ♥♥♥

Deziz World said...

We'll be purrayin'. Seein' dat size pee ball is very scary. We lost sis Lexi to CKD and dat's not uncommon with dat disease. Course mommy's not happy with small pee balls either. You humans...As fur da cricket, he oughtta be glad he found himself with you. Mommy woulda deaded him ASAP. MOL

Luv ya'

Dezi and Raena

Eastside Cats said...

Excellent title! Guess someone was watching the U.S. Open over the weekend...we were too!

The Island Cats said...

Zoey has had some pee balls that would rival that one. ;)

And the mom has been known to capture and release crickets, flies, spiders, you name it.

Linda said...

That is quite big!

Mickey's Musings said...

We see some biggies here too!
While Treasure is on medication for kidney support, we all may contribute to the size of the "balls" MOL!
Purrs Georgia and Julie,
Treasure and JJ

pilch92 said...

Save that pee ball, I bet the Tabbies of Trout Towne will use it in their next exhibit.

Furries said...

Wow, someone Really had to go!

Tamago said...

Goro has large pee ball from time to time, too. I hope it's nothing for Chuck.
You are very kind to capture and release the cricket. I can never love critters with more than six legs... :-)

Eastside Cats said...

I really had to work hard on saving that cricket, because they do look too much like spiders...I really DO NOT LIKE spiders!