That sucks. Hopefully getting her back on the plain raw will make a difference again. What a pain in the hiney! Or, I guess more accurately, what a pain in the hoo-haw!
It could be nothing, but It's been a couple of months since her last urine check, so I need to do it anyway.
She had an accident a few weeks ago, but the urine was acidic and not smelly, and it was one of those days where I had put A LOT of water on her food, she hadn't been outside in a while, and no one knows if she'd even peed the last time she HAD gone out... No other problems since then, so I haven't really worried. Grrr.
"In these bodies, we will live; in these bodies we will die.
Where you invest your love, you invest your life." --Marcus Mumford