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    Question Blood ON Poop ?

    A couple of times today I have found two little poops, not alot it just looked like the little bit when the dog had just finished off a poo.. if you know what I mean. But thats all thats there.

    First one I thought I saw a pinkish mucus on it but i didnt know whos it was. ... Just then pup came outa the kitchen- next to laundry and there was another one. There was absolutely no blood IN it, .. i squashed it - and it wasnt discoloured - but theres a little bit of blood on it. I was thinking maybe shes cut herself down there - although u cant see anything from the outside :O

    I caught her finishing a little cooked bone, the cat had got pinched off the bench, the other day. Could it be little bits have cut her? i know they splinter . Im not 100% sure it was the Puppy. I will keep an eye on her and watch her next time she goes.... doesnt usually do it inside- just these little ones? If it is her I can take her to visit Dr Paul as soon as.

    Do you think I could be right about what it is? Otherwise shes so healthy.
    Sorry about the wording, I couldnt think of any synonyms .

    UPDATE: I think it's the cats. i found him last night in the laundry. He's very old, his back legs are very delicate and he only has one ear. We had to get it removed a few years ago - and even then they said he was very old and gave us the option to euthanise then. We are the 3rd family to live here with him... he was left behind twice!
    Last edited by Poppyx; 05-10-2010 at 07:47 AM.
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    no its more bright,
    And as i have just updated, i found two little ones with blood with the old cat last night, and a huge puddle. we have been talking about a trip to the vet soon a he is so old, sounds like he is getting very ill too.
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    Good to hear it's probably not from the puppy at all Poppyx, but sorry to hear about your old cat.
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    So sorry to hear that your old cats not going so well at the moment.


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    thankyou, its nice to hear that x will be hardest on my 12 year old sister, she adopted him when we ,moved in x
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