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Unread 06-07-2015   #11 (permalink)
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Thanks for the update! Wow, you found a great vet! It's so rare to hear of a vet corroborating my advice that I learned the hard way!

Please do keep me posted!
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Scooter is doing great! His peeing is pretty much back to normal. The vet called with his tests results and everything looks great.
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Thank you so much for the happy update! I've been thinking about your Scooter. x
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Peeing in the box, means is he is in pain. The pain and irritation from the infection make him feel like he has to go all the time. He pees in the box, it hurts, so he tries to pee on something soft.
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