Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Looking for a few good goats...
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has your kitten been tested for worms or been routinely wormed recently? is he/she an outdoor cat? sounds like her large intestine is inflammed causing the mucousy/bloody stool. this is termed "colitis" and can be caused by a number of things (ie. parasites, infection, eating spoiled food, food allergy, etc.). in kittens the top 2 would be parasites or infection. if she is acting ok and still eating and drinking, i would wait and see if it clears on its own. withold all food (let her have water) for 12-24 hours to see if it resolves. if it doesn't or if she's showing signs of more serious illness, i'd take her to the vet. hope that helps and that your kitty is feeling better soon!!