I am so glad I just saw this......your male kitty has a urinary stone (crystal) blocking his urinary tract and cannot pass urine, it is very important that you take him to a Vet IMMEDIATELY THIS IS AN EMERGENCY....do you realize how much pain he is in right now?
his bladder is full and will BURST!!!! please take him into an emergency clinic immediately!!!!!!!
feeding dry kibble is the highest cause of this, but can be other causes as well.....talk to your Vet, but DON'T EVER FEED DRY FOOD to a cat esp. one that has urinary tract issues/crystals....no matter what, and alot of Vets will recommend their prescription diets..thse are high priced and NO good. just buy regular canned foods, preferably without grains...transition slowly.
I will give you a site to read thru, but first get her to a vet NOW...this is a life and death situation!!!!!
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