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Ok thanks, I'll catch her when she comes in from work.
Tell her directly.And yes - it's not normal. It could be a symptom of one of several problems and the owner would wish to seek vet advice. (And she may be able to tie that in with other symptoms that you don't know but the cat is demonstrating inside her house.)I'd absolutely want to know.
Yes!! There is no issue with trying to cover it over so nobody steps in it. Cat needs to be checked over. Mine don't use a tray any more so I don't see their poos. I would want to know.
My next door neighbour's car just did a poo in my garden. I went to cover it with soil and noticed there was a lot of bright red blood in it?I'm guessing this isnt't normal?Should I tell my neighbour, I don't want her to think it's a sneaky dig about it pooing in my garden.
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