what to do


Question by  ellzee (25)

What should I do about blood and worms coming from a kitten?


Answer by  keepsmiling (648)

This condition definitely requires medical attention by a licensed veterinarian. Many parasites that can be very dangerous to kittens will cause blood in the stool. De-worming is necessary.


Answer by  luluwilkinson (79)

If you have seen blood and worms coming from a kitten, either in the kitten's stool or in vomit, you need to take your kitten to the veterinarian right away so he / she can be treated for worms. If left untreated, worms can be very dangerous to your cat's health.


Answer by  isis36 (161)

Definitely take the kitten to the vet right away. The blood is serious. If you can't afford a vet, get an over the counter wormer right away.


Answer by  sujikuti (31)

I found that the medicines that are out in stores can cause more harm than good... I suggest using GARLIC powder { a couple sprinkles} once a day in her food.


Answer by  swanee (202)

Your kitten has worms and should go to the vet. The vet can give you some worming medicine that will clear the situation up quickly. Worms are common in puppies and kittens and can make the animal very sick. The vet will see what type of worms are infecting the animal and give you medicine for it.


Answer by  DRS (621)

If your kitten has blood/worms in its stool, it probably has a parasite. The cat needs a veterinary examination to get medication and to confirm that it's not more serious.


Answer by  lladybugg (153)

Take it to the vet! If you're seeing worms, the kitten definitely needs to be treated ... blood could be a sign of many different kinds of sicknesses as well.


Answer by  katharine (3981)

You need to take the kitten to a vet immediately otherwise it could die. A severe case of worms can easily kill a kitten, and if blood is coming out as well it could signal another parasite, and it also depletes the kitten of nutrients. The kitten needs to see a vet asap.


Answer by  whoareyou (3483)

Seek help from a Vet ASAP. Do not hesitate. It could just be worms, which is easily dealt with, but it could be a more serious intestinal problem.

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