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Old March 9th, 2002, 11:23 PM
laura jones laura jones is offline
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Question Cat making bowel movements in our tub and small amount of blood noticed as well!!

We just got a new kitten in Jan and we already have a cat that we've had for 6 years. It took a few days but they get along fine. Recently the new kitty though has been making bowel movements in our bath tub about four in the last month the first two were seperate days and the last two were a friday night then the next night Saturday. We keep our litter box clean and they seem to have no problems sharing and Mo thats his name doesn't seem to be in any pain but we did notice in the last movement that he made in the tub had a very small amount of blood but we could see it. Can anyone help??? plz
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Old March 13th, 2002, 12:21 PM
laroi laroi is offline
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Could be just a constipation problem....BUT if it continues (the blood in stool) then it's a potentially VERY SERIOUS problem.

You have to determine if the blood in the stool is a coincidence to going in the bathtub.

If it is a coincidence...then maybe try 2 cat litter boxes.

laroi
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