orphans answered Saturday July 29 2006, 12:25 am: Hello,
The best solution to this answer is to get to your vet and ask about this specific problem. Bring a fresh sample of your cats feces if your vet can test your cat for some time of intestinal problem. Does your cat eat alot? Maybe there is some type of behavioral problem that you could train the cat through. The best advice is to get to the vet!
Nallie answered Thursday July 27 2006, 4:03 am: If the cat has intestinal parasites he might have diarrhea, so perhaps it is best to take him/her to the vet. You can try feeding a good quality dry food, and nothing else. Also it is not good to give a cat cow's milk. [ Nallie's advice column | Ask Nallie A Question ]
isis answered Monday July 24 2006, 9:47 am: If it's normal poo, there's not a lot you can do about it. Cats are by nature predators, so they eliminate all waste products from their systems on a regular basis so that they are more able to run fast to catch their prey.
If it's not normal, eg, wrong colour, too loose, too hard, you may need to take the cat to the vets if it's been going on for a long time, as there could be a health issue.
Hope that helps and good luck. [ isis's advice column | Ask isis A Question ]
emmamay25 answered Monday July 24 2006, 7:17 am: Plain and simple. Stop feeding him. JUST KIDDING. If its the litterbox your worried about cleaning so often, take away his litterbox, and put him outside. He'll get the drift, and eventually just go poo outside. I did that with my cat, and my house smells A LOT better, and I think he prefers real dirt other than that dusty litter gravel stuff anyway. Hope that helps. Emma [ emmamay25's advice column | Ask emmamay25 A Question ]
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