1. Increased Urination
Now, a high level of urination would be the logical result of a cat consuming a lot of water. However, if they aren’t doing this and you notice an increase in urination, then this could be a problem. Your cat needs to replace the water they lose, and if this isn’t happening then the loss of vital nutrients through urination could be extremely detrimental to their health. Increased urination could be a sign of diabetes, so make sure you monitor your cat closely if this is happening.