A cat who is passing blood in the stool may be experiencing pain when defecating. The term for this is dyschezia and may be one of the reasons why your cat is pooping blood. When cats poop blood it can be in the stool only slightly, giving the stool a tint of reddish-pink. It may also be a bright red, or darker red mixed in the stool as well. Bright red blood in the stools is known as hematochezia, and typically signifies bleeding in the rectum or the intestines. Older cats as well as younger cats can have hematochezia, and it is caused by a variety of factors.
Vaginal Discharge in Cats
My Cat Has Liquid Coming From Their Anus - Anal Glands in Cats
We had a cat show up at our door. She was very skinny and intimidated. We eventually gained her trust and have been taking care of her for the past week. She is gaining weight and looking generally healthy. The problem is yesterday I noticed white mucus discharge from her rectum. Is this a sign of something serious?
My Cat Has Liquid Coming From Their Anus
When your cat is suffering from vaginal discharge, she may groom excessively, suffer from loss of energy or appetite, and in some instances, act perfectly normal other than abnormal discharge. When your female cat is suffering from vaginal discharge, you may also notice a change in behavior towards her from the other cats in your household, especially any male cats present. Vaginal discharge in cats is a broad symptom that can be caused by a number of underlying conditions.
Does your cat spend a little too much time licking around their anus or even dragging their behind across the floor as if they were a dog? This is usually a sure sign of an anal sac disorder. Located on either side of a cat's anus are anal glands.