Our expert says:
Dear Adopted Parent
My guess is that the dog urinated where the cat urinated first. Its possilble that the vet used a cortisone injection for inflammation that made the cat drink and urinate more for a day or two. With bladder infection cats urinate frequently and is usually painfull.
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