Surgery for Feline Urinary Tract Infections
There are no surgeries for feline urinary tract infections. Usually antibiotics are prescribed and the infection goes away. If your cat is having frequent urinary tract infections there can be an irritation caused by tiny crystals which form and irritate the lining of the bladder or ureters. Surgery is sometimes required for this problem if the blockage can not be flushed out with a catheter. If the stones are too big surgery is needed to remove them.
Feline urinary tract infection may be the result of bacteria, fungus, parasitic, viral, urinary stones, obstructions, cancer, stress or even diet. Sometimes the infection can get better even if no treatment is given. However, if your cat looks like it is troubled do not wait for veterinarian treatment because infections can progress to the kidneys or a blockage can cause toxic buildup in