Leo presented to OakVet Animal Specialty Hospital with a not uncommon problem for male cats – he could not urinate. The team at OakVet was able to un-obstruct him by passing a urinary catheter and then kept him on IV fluids to flush out his bladder and lower his elevated kidney enzymes. Sometimes cats will re-obstruct and require a perineal urethrostomy (PU) surgery (see Boots and Mr. Purrfect stories!!) – hopefully adjusting Leo’s diet will help prevent future blockages. More to come on Leo!