My 8 year old tabby will leave little bloody/watery dots the size of a dime when he sits somewhere. It's not all the time, but about once a week. I actually heard it squirt out this week. He seems healthy otherwise and has regular vet check-ups. It is more water than blood, but what could that be, it seems to be getting more frequent??
It is probably either a urinary tract infection or less commonly an anal gland infection. You really need to get your cat to the vet. Please bring in a urine sample and a sample of these bloody dots for analysis. I would not wait, since blocking can be a sequalae to urinary tract infections in male cats. Blocking is when a small bladder stone gets stuck in a cats urethra causing an inability to urinate. This is a veterinary medical emergency.
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