undefined My 4 year old cat had a tapeworm about 6 monts ago. He was treated with droncit which he was allergic to, but came out fine. He still has very runny poo with blood in it. It also smells really bad. He has been tested for various diseases, including several parasites such as giardia, etc. My question is that my vet called tonight & said he has come up negative for everything. He also said that we may need to use a dewormer for roundworms or hook worms, but wouldn't that have shown up in the fecal test??? I have changed his diet & there was no change in the stools. The vet also suggested that we may need to take a biopsy of his bowel. Has anyone ever had this problem before?
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6/9/04 at 10:43pm