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Had to wipe both cats bums today

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Toddlerteaplease Fri 28-Sep-18 06:38:49

Thank god for water wipes!

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YesItsMeIDontCare Thu 27-Sep-18 22:58:49

I've had to wipe Leroy's bum for most of this week. He's got 'til tomorrow evening to do a normal poo (or at least a fairly normal one) or that sludgy ass is hitting the vet's examination table first thing Saturday morning. He's absolutely fine in his little furry self though 🤷🏼‍♀️.

I feel your pain Toddler! <passes wet wipe>

MrsPawsitive Thu 27-Sep-18 22:54:32

The things we do for love! smile

Toddlerteaplease Thu 27-Sep-18 22:09:10

Yes. I once had to take Fatty to the vet and let them deal with it!

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MrsPawsitive Thu 27-Sep-18 21:04:17

It gets grim when our long-haired cats have an "accident". They definitely need a helping hand with a washcloth on occasion. Not all of them take kindly to that helping hand, either. Much better to catch trouble early when situation is fluid, so to speak. I know, sorry, TMI. But early detection saves from much aggravation for all.

Toddlerteaplease Thu 27-Sep-18 21:02:41

Thank goodness they are going to the groomer on Saturday. Snorg is definitely ready for a hygiene trim!

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ItsJustTheOneSwanActually Thu 27-Sep-18 20:50:53

and I thought a cat with cystitis was grim grin <pissy puss>

Harleypuppy Thu 27-Sep-18 20:22:16

I had to wipe my dog's anal gland leakage and clean it off the sofa too.

Toddlerteaplease Thu 27-Sep-18 20:15:05

No. Probably that's the problem. I've mixed it in with their other stuff now. Oops..

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dementedpixie Thu 27-Sep-18 20:02:13

Did you phase in the new food gradually?

Toddlerteaplease Thu 27-Sep-18 20:01:23

Staff James Wellbeloved yesterday. Both eating it but both having sticky poos. Will it pass? Sorry TMI!

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