First of all, it should be noted that 75-80% of kittens have worms! The roundworm is pretty much invisible to the eye, so you won't see them in the litterbox. (If you do see worms in the stool, they are probably tapeworms and look like pieces of rice.)
So, if your ktten has a rounded and slightly protruding belly, you can pretty much be sure he's got worms. You can take a stool sample to the vet and they'll know in a day or two. The remedy are pills, 1/2 taken 3 times over 6 weeks. Mine cost $20 or so, a small price for a healthy kitten!
by Crazdwriter 9 years ago
My 5 month old kitten, a male gray, tan and white tab who we rescued from Cats In Needs is really driving my husband and myself MAD! Tiger, as his name is of course, has been peeing nonstop ON my rub in the bathroom so I have closed the door but now he has taken to peeing in my husband's...
by Jessica lora 7 years ago
Why does my dogs stool have blood and worms
by Lesliefin 4 years ago
If a worm dies, does it also eaten by worms?As we all know, when a living thing dies, sooner or later worms will come out of it or it will be eaten by numerous worms... so does it also apply on a worm?it is just some random question but this question somehow stays in my mind...
by Melissa Flagg COA OSC 2 years ago
What does it mean when a cat pees on you?One of my cats has the stangest behavior. Occassionally, he will jump up on your lap, only to urinate. Does anyone know why? or how to stop it/
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