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oh GOD can cats have Piles

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FluffyMummy123 Fri 05-Sep-08 13:15:52

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bethoo Fri 05-Sep-08 13:17:31

yes if they are constipated and straining. you can probably buy something for the constipation and some cream for you to lovingly apply to affected area!

BoysAreLikeDogs Fri 05-Sep-08 13:17:45

Is not a pile.

Is an elastic band, will work it's way out with a little lollipop of poo on the end of it.

I kid you not.

FluffyMummy123 Fri 05-Sep-08 13:18:36

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FluffyMummy123 Fri 05-Sep-08 13:18:49

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bethoo Fri 05-Sep-08 13:19:26

could it be a tic poking out his bottom?

FluffyMummy123 Fri 05-Sep-08 13:19:56

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ahundredtimes Fri 05-Sep-08 13:20:30

How revolting. Is it a tic do you think?

FluffyMummy123 Fri 05-Sep-08 13:21:04

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piratecat Fri 05-Sep-08 13:22:36

i have googled cat piles, but not come up with much only cats pissing on piles of clothes.

I'd wiat and se what happens, i t could be attatched to something random like boysarelikedog said.

i will go and bump my cat thread now, can anyone give me reassurance.

maidamess Fri 05-Sep-08 13:22:44

It may be a septic anal gland which requires squeezing . Aren't you glad you have pets cod?

MadamAnt Fri 05-Sep-08 13:23:19

We need a photo.

geekgirl Fri 05-Sep-08 13:24:21

could it be a bit of tapeworm?

mine charmingly had some tapeworm sticking out of his feline behind <boak>

never was a cat wormed so quickly

ahundredtimes Fri 05-Sep-08 13:24:58

Oh fgs, an anal gland.

They are trouble these kittens of yours.

piratecat Fri 05-Sep-08 13:25:00

oh yes, I forgot about anal glands, can be troublesome.

geekgirl Fri 05-Sep-08 13:25:04

ticks are dark brown/blackish, not pink

BoysAreLikeDogs Fri 05-Sep-08 13:26:36

Does no one believe me that kittens eat elastic bands?

All of mine did the thick one ate loads that is how I know about the lollipops


Weeteeny Fri 05-Sep-08 13:30:24

my god I feel queasy

ahundredtimes Fri 05-Sep-08 13:34:15

Did YOU post that question BALD?


Please. Need to know.

ahundredtimes Fri 05-Sep-08 13:41:08

It's such a lie too. This, 'I know how many there were because I am doing a project with them.' Liar. Not true. She knows because she counts her elastic bands, and puts them in pots and then counts her paper clips and her pins, and puts them in pots. But she doesn't want anyone to know. Project, my arse.

BoysAreLikeDogs Fri 05-Sep-08 13:41:50

Nope, not me.

All of my cats ate at least one elastic band, and the boy cat was obsessed - that's how I know.

All long dead now, awwww.

Anyway, an update please cod on the kitten's status?

Oliveoil Fri 05-Sep-08 13:43:23

aren't pets a delight?


I read on here once that dogs drag their arses across the floor to itch their anal glands (or something)

fair put me off my lunch

combustiblelemon Fri 05-Sep-08 13:54:28

Apparently anal glands in cats are tiny openings situated at 5 and 7 o clock to the anus. Now I'm going to clear my browsing history so I don't have to explain to anyone why I was Googling cat anuses.

Oliveoil Fri 05-Sep-08 13:55:58


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