I can't take my male kitten to the vet until next week. Has anybody here had an experience where their cat has bloody poop? How much was it to fix the problem?
He was neutered a month ago, if.that helps in anyway. Got him from the pound. Had no othe rproblems other than kennel cough. Bleeding has been going on for possibly three weeks now. I thought it went away but today I noticed it.
Why next week? He will probably be worse by then! Don't wait, if you love your kitten, take him ASAP. If you don't have money to pay for it, try going to the humane society and making payments arrangements!! Blood sounds very serious to me! Don't let the poor thing die!
The vet can help you. It's good you made an appointment. Could be anything from severe parasite damage to colon problems to ? Cost to treat will depend on the cause.
The kitten has a problem with the digestive tract somewhere. Try to take it to the vet as soon as possible.
I think you should take him to the vet right away, three weeks is a long time. Please take care of him asap
If it is streaks of bright red blood there is probably nothing to worry about, If the blood is black or very dark I would be concerned about internal bleeding or hemorrhage. If you can't take your cat to the vet at least call. Unexplained bleeding can be very serious. Your vet will probably want a stool sample . . . another option would be to call the shelter that you adopted from some have health guarantees for the first month or so.
Take the cat to the vet NOW. If it's a money thing ask the vet if he'll let you pay next week. I have had to do that before. If you don't take your cat to the vet now he may not live until next week!! PLEASE take him right away. I had this happen and the cat died before I could get him there. This is not something to put off.
he could have worms.
I grew up on a farm, and we had many kittens and barn cats. From experience, a lot of kittens and stray cats have a variety of worms. Most likely, your kitten has some kind of digestive tract worms. What type of food are you feeding it? If you are feeding it canned or dry food for adult cats, try switching to a special kitten variety. Sometimes adult catfood is too hard on kittens' intestinal tract. Hope this helps!
Have you spoken to the vet? If not, at least call them. They can give you an idea of how serious it is.and if you need to get him in sooner. Pets aren't always convenient, but they depend on us to take care of them. Please do the right thing and make sure you're not putting him in serious danger. When medical assistance is delayed, it is often more expensive in the end and at great cost to the animal as well.
My kitty had an intestional problem where he had similar problems. The vet gave us pills to give him 2 a day for a week that cleared it right up. I think it was about $40-50 for the vet visit and the pills. Try to get to the vet asap.
i don't really know but if u r really worried take him to the animal emergency vets office
If you really "can't" take the kitten to vet at least call the vet and ask him what it could be. I have had many cats and never even heard of such a thing, I would be worried.
try if you can to make an appointment with the vet as soon as possible the kitten needs medical treatment good luck and let us know how you make out at the vets office
If you are feeding him milk then stop immediately. Milk gives cats diarrhea/colon problems and can get so bad it causes bleeding or severe damage.