Question by  Iluvpuppies (18)

What is considered normal cat defecation?

I am not sure my cat is normal.


Answer by  amtcura66 (1340)

It can only defecate normal if the cat itself is normal. If it's not then no way it can have normal poop. That's just not normal.


Answer by  maxwell (289)

I would say normal would be a medium (not like a rock but not runny) formed bowel movement at least one per day.


Answer by  keepsmiling (648)

Normal feces for cats should not be overtly hard or very soft. They should be the long, solid, and brown in color.


Answer by  tunsad (413)

Normal defecation will be long, solid fecal matter. Tiny, hard balls of fecal matter could mean that your cat is suffering from constipation. If the fecal matter is on the runny side, than something else is wrong. Perhaps the food that she is eating; or she may have worms. Being seen by a vet would answer your questions for sure.


Answer by  Dreamlight (856)

Well, normally the avaerage size is about like a few pieces of jolly rancher candy. The normal color is an ashy shade of brown. The average consistency is semi-hard, and the average habit is for a cat to bury it because the defecation is toxic to just about all species.

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