They found a lump in my cat's abdomen and he has been getting very skinny and not licking himself clean much anymore.
The vet knew right away what it was. Apparently it's quite a common phenomenon in older cats and many exhibit the same symptoms and slowly die in this manner.
The vet says they could try and remove the cancer and give him cancer drugs but it would cost thousands of dollars and he is already a very old cat so even if they did all those things, he wouldn't live much longer.
So long as he is not in pain and is still eating then we will not put him down. But we will also not let him suffer a painful death. We bought him special food that is easier to digest and we keep a careful watch over him.
I used to have a bunch of kittens. Like 7 or 8 in bed with me and they got into some open can of sweet potatos and it gave them all diarrhea shits and it came out when they were alsepep on me adn it wsa eerywher swdfdghfjg
Nature's Miracle. I highly recommend it. I had a cat pee on my bed once and I used that stuff, completely got rid of the smell and most of the stain. Just, be patient with it. I almost gave up on the stuff. I was actually going to throw it out when I noticed it didn't smell anymore.
Also Trembles is a kitten, and there's no way she could produce that much pee.
Now, without seeing said pee I can't totally be a fair judge on this, but my kitten, Ben, pees a LOT! Almost as much as my adult cat, if not more. And Ben is tiny for his age too (about 6 months old).
Ben also just had surgery to remove a stone from his kidney so he was peeing blood all over the basement and missing the litter box completely. Thankfully he's better now, although it's funny watching him walk around with a cone over his head.
In short: Cat pee where you don't want cat pee is bad.
Well in that case, I don't see why the other roommate doesn't just join in the piss fest too. And everyone can just start pissing on everyone. Next thing you know they're all just pissing all over the place, and then world peace.