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Your pets' urinary habits are another good thing for you to monitor at home. If your pet is straining you may notice red or brown urine. This could be a lower urinary tract problem such as an infection or stones. If your pet is straining and no urine is produced seek veterinary care immediately. Male cats are at an increased risk of developing lower urinary tract infections and should be monitored. If you notice your cat going to their litter box frequently, yowling, lethargy, depression or pain in abdomen, any of these signs mean you must seek veterinary care. Frequent thirst and urinating large amounts may be a sign of diabetes. When in doubt always seek veterinary care.