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Kitten pooping blood

post #1 of 5
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I have a bottle baby kitten who is about 4-5 weeks old, and when I first got him him and his sister was pooping blood, and I asked the vet and the vet gave me antibiotics and a dewormer. Well now he just started having runny poop with blood at the very end of it. I don't know if he just needs dewormed again, or what, any information would be very helpful. Thanks!
post #2 of 5
Is it an option to contact this vet again? It is his patient so it should be possible...

Good luck!
post #3 of 5
contact the vet ... likely it is just a bit of worms or constipation , both easy enough to fix... most kittens need spaced worming s and usually 3
post #4 of 5
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Ok so I took him to the vet and he just gave him another dewormer! Because of them being little they have to get the "crappy" wormer I guess and it can take up to 2-3 times to fully get rid of them, he is eating better since his dose today, but still after he poops there it a little spot of red blood, I dunno if its from straining or what.. Have any of you guys ever dealt with a little red blood in the stool when they had worms? It looks like there are some worms in his poop now the last time he had a bowl movement and it was 3 hours after he had his dewormer. Hopefully this helps him!!!
post #5 of 5
It's extremely common for kittens to have to be de-wormed a few weeks apart due to the life cycle of the worms. It has nothing to do with the strength of the medication. My guy had to be de-wormed three times plus treated for tapeworms, which is not taken care of by the regular de-worming med. I'm sorry I can't help you with the blood, though, as I've never experienced that.
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