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    little blood in my kittens poo

    before anyone starts i have phoned my vets however they dont open till 830 am so just got to wait 20 mins so thought i would just ask on here if anyone has had same experience with their pets and the outcome please thank you x

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    Original Poster

    she seems fine in herself scoffed her food this morning as usual and wanting to play but she has runny poo which is prob down to the fact that she keeps eating the cats food rather then the kitten food. My mum said its proberly that she was straining to get the poo out?

    Banned

    dont worry too much if the blood is in the poo, its when its running out of the bottom, but if the kitten is running around fine just chill till the vets visit.. hope things go well

    hope it all goes well
    taking my kitty to the vets too this morning for some jabs and gonna book him in to be castrated he's not gonna like me after, lol

    Original Poster

    does anyone think it could be her first season as she is 4 months so due to come into season soon

    have you given her any mouldy bread?

    hassony;6522953

    have you given her any mouldy bread?


    lol

    Original Poster

    hassony;6522953

    have you given her any mouldy bread?



    why would i do that???? :?

    bellows;6523006

    why would i do that???? :?



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    Original Poster

    bitseylango;6523017

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    Original Poster

    its okay as long as its bright red blood and ive just realised i changed the food last week as well so prob be the reason just have to keep an eye on her and check next poos

    bits of boiled organic chicken if she is recovering.

    My kitten had that the other week once at vets found out he had a bug (like we have flu) vet gave him injection and within 2 days he was back to normal. Hope this helps Gemma

    Try not to worry. As it's only a kitten I'm sure it's too young for it to be molly or anything else morbid.

    Keep it on dry food and get it wormed, thats what'l be causing it to have blood in its poo..
    I just got a kitten yesterday and the same thing had happened with that litter of kittens..

    let us know how you get on at the vets

    Original Poster

    joxeruk2000;6523613

    Keep it on dry food and get it wormed, thats what'l be causing it to have … Keep it on dry food and get it wormed, thats what'l be causing it to have blood in its poo..I just got a kitten yesterday and the same thing had happened with that litter of kittens..



    i gave her a worming tablet couple weeks ago

    My cat had this last year, I took her and the poo :oops: to the vets. Both were tested and found out she has type 2 diabeties :-( :shock:

    Since then, (after many many blood tests and adjusting the dosage), I inject her twice daily with 5 units insulin and have blood tests every 2 weeks now she's stable :thumbsup:

    Hope your kittens OK :thumbsup: , paws crossed

    If the worst happens, you can always get a new one :thumbsup:

    What's the news :?

    Hope the little one is ok. I took in a very young female kitten years back that turned up in my garden. She was tiny without any real teeth. Almost immediately after she started what I think was calling for a mate. I got her done and the 'calling' stopped. It could possibly be that she is coming into season. Not sure how soon they are meant to start but my one was tiny.
    I hope its not anything serious
    Good Luck

    Original Poster

    like i said i was told to just keep an eye on her as long as she is fine in herself then no need to panic just got to check her next few poos im sticking to dry and bit of chicken today for her hopefully next couple of poos wont have any blood in just a one off

    Original Poster

    bellows;6523066

    its okay as long as its bright red blood and ive just realised i changed … its okay as long as its bright red blood and ive just realised i changed the food last week as well so prob be the reason just have to keep an eye on her and check next poos

    bellows;6525987

    like i said i was told to just keep an eye on her as long as she is fine … like i said i was told to just keep an eye on her as long as she is fine in herself then no need to panic just got to check her next few poos im sticking to dry and bit of chicken today for her hopefully next couple of poos wont have any blood in just a one off



    Pheww! What a relief! I can sleep now.:-D
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