How Long Can a Cat Go without Urinating?

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There's no correct answer for this, since the cat goes pee when it has to. Unless it's completely terrified of it's surroundings, and then it will hold it until it can't hold it any longer. If it's a new cat in a new home, you may want to put it in an extra large kennel with a litter box, so it will feel safe -- throughout the day.
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A cat's urinary system never stops working. Normally, a cat will need to urinate several times a day. Food and liquid the cat eats are first taken to the digestive system, but then
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How Long Can a Cat Go Without Urinating?
A cat's urinary system never stops working. Normally, a cat will need to urinate several times a day. Food and liquid the cat eats are first taken to the digestive system, but then the waste materials are filtered by the nephrons, the basic working units... More »
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