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Cat problems. - February 14th 2019, 04:38 PM

So my cat has blood and mucus in her stool. I definitely plan on making a trip to her veterinarian, but I'm wondering if anyone else has had this happen to their cats and what the problem was? I'm scared that it's something serious :/ Please tell me it isn't.


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Re: Cat problems. - February 15th 2019, 01:17 AM

Hey Court,

I'm so, so sorry to hear about your cat. That sounds incredibly scary.

I can't say that I've had this experience specifically, but I know that colitis in cats can be caused by a lot of different things. Is your cat an outdoor cat? Has she gotten into anything recently or eaten something she shouldn't have? It could be parasites or a reaction to something she's eaten. Unfortunately only your vet can tell you for sure, as these kinds of symptoms really can have many different causes.

Here is a website that lists the possible causes of colitis. It does seem like it's often treatable.

I will be thinking of you and your cat. I hope she's okay! Please keep us posted.
   
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Re: Cat problems. - February 17th 2019, 01:45 AM

It has all cleared up She is going to the vet on Monday still though. I think she may have gotten into something she shouldn't have like our large dog's food. She doesn't have a whole lot of teeth so she swallows it whole and I think that her previous owners actually fed her dog food, sooo it has sorted itself out, assuming she hasn't done any bad damage.


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Re: Cat problems. - February 17th 2019, 09:34 PM

I am so glad things are claearing up but it's great you're bringing her to the vet anyway! Here's hoping she gets a clean bill of health. Since this got sorted I'm going to close the thread but if you want it reopened feel free to ask!


   
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