Elizabeth presented us with a present first thing this morning-going out of the box followed by constant urination of dime size and smaller amounts every few minutes. Luckily, this time, all in a box. I secluded her in the bedroom; gave endless mls of water by mouth, two doses of buprenex of .2ml and then .15ml; and Clavamox 62.5mg pills (which are left over from this summer)-two of those between 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. She presented with blood in urine around noon. My husband took her to the ER because you can't wait 24 plus hours before the vet sees a cat that is urinating with blood. An infection can grow and infect the kidneys, not to mention who wants a cat urinating every few minutes around the house? Vet found bacteria and blood; will give us more Clavamox and Buprenex.