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Weird stuff in litter box

Julie BellizziJulie Bellizzi StaffordMember Posts: 196
edited 24 June, 2007 in Cat Health
Hey guys, I was cleaning out the cat boxes today and in one of them, I found a bunch of little things that resembled those spiral pasta noodles. My first thought was 'oh expletive, worms!' especially as it appeared someone had had a touch of diarrhea that morning as well. Then I calmed down and realized they didn't look like any kind of worms I had ever heard of. So I have decided to keep watch for a few days and not rush in to the vets unless I see them again. Maybe someone just ate some weird object lying on the floor. But until then, maybe someone can reassure my mind as to what the heck I might have seen?

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  • Melissa FordMelissa Ford Santa CruzMember Posts: 3,914
    edited 24 June, 2007
    You may want to take the "worms" into your vet to have them determine what they may be. if they feel they need to examine the cats, they will let you know. Purrs
  • Amanda BeebeAmanda Beebe Member Posts: 12
    edited 24 June, 2007
    OOh, I had some of those a few months back! Mine looked like rice, and mommy bought some pills at the petstore that made me all better. Does yours look like rice?
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