Our expert says:
You need to have your cat thoroughly examined by your vet. You may have a kidney, urinary or endocrine problem that needs to be investigated. Your local vet will have to take a blood sample to access your cat parameters and identify what the problem is.
I do hope you get the problem resolved.
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