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  1. Caligirl
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    So there was a ferocious stank in our bedroom and took me all day to find it in the closet, the cat had used our closet as a litterbox (number 2).

    Well, my Q is that I saw a smidge of blood in the disgusting (but otherwise normal looking) mess.

    Bloody poo outisde her litter box, should I be worried?
     
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    no its just a cat..
     
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    maybe the cat has worms
     
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    no not worms ...colitis
     
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    LOL but I have children and they will be inconsolable. I am not worried about the cat, but the headaches.

    Should I be worried about the headaches?
     
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    I have a cat but couldn't even begin to guess if there is a problem. If this is a regular house cat thought the fact that it was going in your closet instead of a litter box would indicate there is a problem. I would suggest you take your cat and it's poo to the vet. That way you'll know for sure.

    Good luck...
     
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    Butcher the cat, serve it for dinner, but wait until after the kids tell you what a great meal it was before you tell them.
     
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    ah..the children this is why you should always purchase generic looking solid color cats that are easily replaced..but ok....check the beast stools for the next few days and see if it persist if it does not don't worry and don't waste money on a vet ..it could just be from constipation or a bone fragment ..if however it persist it needs vet attention
     
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    Do you use a continious water feeder, if you do you should stop right away. It is worst thing to have when you have a cat because the bacteria and parasites that grow in the water. I would for sure take the cat to the vet especially if the their gums are white and there is brownish gunk around their eyes.
     
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