My Cat Has Loose Feces With Small White Dots In It. They Are Not Moving, Like Tiny Eggs. Can You Help?


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You need to have this cat examined by a veterinarian.  When you go to your appointment bring in a fresh stool sample, hopefully one that contains these white dots.  Your veterinarian will want to run fecal tests to screen for intestinal parasites, giardia, and look for bacterial overgrowth.  The most common worms seen in the stool are roundworms (look like white spaghetti) and tapeworms (look like white grains of rice).  What you are describing does not sound like either of these.
Also screen your cat's environment to see if there is anything that fits this description she may be eating. 
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I have the same problem with my 4 month old kitten.  No one seems to know what it is.  I will try giving her a dewormer just in case they are worms...but since the stools is very loose I thought maybe its normal to have these little white dots in it...I m more worried about why she's pooing so loose all of a sudden.  The vet just gave her antibiotics but that didnt help..and now I switched her to new food too for her digestion.  Hope she ll get better.
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You should take it to the vet, and get it checked out. It could be worms or something it ate. Hope this helps, good luck to you and the kitty.

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