Rocky is a 6 month old cat. She doesn't seem to be in any distress, and eats, drinks and urinates like normal. For some cases of diarrhea, it may be necessary to modify the diet permanently. If MaddieMadigans is passing hair and having a hard time, it may be a case of adding some plain canned pumpkin to her diet or giving a hairball remedy to help things pass through; if the faeces is getting stuck in the hair surrounding the anus then it would be advisable to trim the surrounding hair to prevent matting etc… When there is an episode of stuck faeces, clear the area and clean with a dilute antiseptic to help prevent irritation to the surrounding skin. The reddening of the anus may be caused by irritation of the skin from the loose stool, you should bathe the area regularly or at least after each defecation and prevent Lily from licking the area; you should also make sure that Lily has been wormed with an effective anthelmintic as some parasites may cause irritation to the anus. Will the swelling go down? Has Symptoms Redness and wet looking.
My cat MO is 17 years old has become thin and seems to growl when we pick her up.
Dealing With Kitten Diarrhea
Without checking Rocky over I cannot say what the cause of the symptoms are; however there are a few different causes for the symptoms you are seeing which may include anal gland disorders, constipation, parasites among other causes. I don't know if it's becauseofo stress or litter dust but I don't think her situation is well. Bloating and anus irritation in kittens is commonly attributable to worms; however any kitten brought into a home should be wormed with an effective anthelmintic as some over the counter products are not as effective. Nothing unusual in habits. Add a comment to Lily's experience. She may have parasites, or an infectious disease that needs to be treated.