I am urinating alot. Is this something my mom should be concerned about?

She was just wormed two weeks ago and is being treated for ear mites.

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  • Joy WaltersJoy Walters Member Posts: 9,276
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    I've never heard of treatment for worms or ear mites causing frequent urination in cats. With those two events, you need only to monitor your cat to make sure the worms and mites don't reinfest your cat. Frequent urination is most often a sign of a urinary tract infection or UTI. Take her back to the vets if you're worried and have her urine checked. Before you do, though, tell your vet how often she is urinating (you can do this via a phone call) and ask if it's truly something to be concerned about. If she checks out physically, it could be her reaction to being in a new place. Stress can cause us all to have to "go" more frequently!
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