I’m sure it’s a possibility, and genetic yaya to explain it all for a visible defect. I’m curious if an individual can appear normal and sell normal, then later be found as “different”. I have a beautiful female Lesser Cinnamon that I’ve noticed takes a long time between urates and usually has difficulty passing them. There’s been twice I’ve had to give her a warm bath and massage her (recommended by my vet). The first time I left her probably longer than I should have because I didn’t want to jump to conclusions and overreact. The second time wasn’t as bad and neither was the third. I’ve had her 2 months and she’s passed maybe 3 urates on her own, the others got too big. Is she just genetically prone to this? Is this going to be a life time thing? Anyone else have a prone individual?
The white near the end of her tail was the urate she couldn’t pass, this was the first time and it got pretty bad. Poor girl peed a LOT, and stayed in her box defensive towards me for a little while.