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A cat’s urine should be pale yellow, similar to the urine of a healthy human individual.
If your cat’s pee is a pale yellow and clear, there is absolutely no need to worry. That means that your cat is well-hydrated and healthy! But, there are some urine colors that may indicate problems in your cat.
If you spot cloudiness in a cat’s pee, your cat’s urine is contaminated with pus. However, this is not a clear indication of a disease or an illness, but it may indicate some infection in the upper or lower urinary tract of your cat.
The blood in the urine may indicate that your cat suffers from feline lower urinary tract disease and cystitis.
A dark yellow shading to the green color of the urine is the result of a bilirubin effusion into the kidneys.
If you see blood in the urine of your cat, it may indicate that your cat is under stress, or phase urinary tract infection, bladder infection, dehydration, crystals, or bladder stones.
A healthy cat is expected to pee 2 to 4 times a day. If there is an unusual increase in urination, it can indicate kidney issues, hyperthyroidism, and diabetes.