I have a 5yo male nutered cat who never goes outside. Today I have noticed a milky liquid dripping from his rectum. At first I thought it was worms which my dog had not too long ago but turned out to be a liquid. I know alot about dogs but not much about cats. Can you take a guess at what this may be? Were going to the vet tomorrow morning but I am very worried tonight.
Thank you for your time ...KK
Hmm, I really don't know what that could be. It's good you are going to the vet tomorrow. The only thing I can think of is that it's maybe some waste of some sort but the vet will let you know for sure. Try not to worry too much about it.
Thank you for both responses. Turns out my cat needed his sacks squeezed (?) and he had a few worms. I need to learn more about cats I guess. Seems this was no big deal.
Thanks again to both of you.
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