|For the squeamish, don't look at this peeball!|
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?|