Antispasmodic medication non sedating
Cases associated with uroliths (stones in the urethra and bladder) will need to be managed with special diets to reduce the risk of their recurrence (see: FLUTD - treatment).Most cats with urethral spasm or urethral plugs are thought to have underlying feline idiopathic cystitis.This should not be regarded as a first line therapy though as it does not deal with the underlying cause, and the surgery can sometimes be associated with complications such as the risk of stricture formation and an increased risk of bacterial urinary tract infections.
Your options depend on your age, your lifestyle, the type of seizures you have, and how often you have seizures.
Contact your vet immediately if you think your cat may have an obstructed urethra, as this is an emergency situation.
Several underlying conditions can cause obstruction of the narrow urethra of a male cat, including: If your cat's urethra is blocked, your vet will need to relieve the obstruction quickly.
In the short-term, while the initial swelling in the urethra settles down, cats may need to be on anti-inflammatory drugs, spasmolytics, and perhaps analgesics for several days and even up to a week or two.
Longer term, management is aimed at the underlying cause of the urethral obstruction.