should I look out for?
Although your cat may look perfectly normal, it is important that you take your cat regularly to the vet so that they can assess whether your cat is likely to be suffering from kidney disease.
As shown in the diagram below, cats may not show any difference in outward appearance in stages I and II.
Early signs for some cats include an increase in urination and drinking. As the disease progresses, more signs may become apparent, including changes to the physical appearance.
SIGNS OF KIDNEY DISEASE AT EACH STAGE
Unfortunately, none of these signs are specific for chronic disease in cats, so your vet may need to do a number of tests to find out what is causing them.