Savannah cats are beautiful and unique. They are domestic cross-breed that possess the appearance of its ancestor known as the African Serval. They usually have dark spots with a short and thick tail. Savannah cats are very adventurous and playful, especially in the water. They can be easily trained to walk on a leash and loves to play fetch with their owners. They create a special bond with humans and perform best with everyday activities.
Deworming is a way to protect your cat from possible intestinal parasites. However, it’s very horrifying to find out that there is a present blood in cat stool after the deworming process. This blood often called hematochezia which can be a minor outcome of intestinal parasites or other signs of possible serious medical health. The blood from the stool can be light with or without symptoms occur.
Hematochezia is the bleeding in the lower part of intestines. It can be coming from the rectum or colon which causes bright blood in the stool. Melena is another term use for blood in stool. The only difference is that; melena has a dark color blood due to the bleeding coming from the highest part of the intestines.
There are different types of intestinal parasites that can harm your beloved cat. These worms are commonly known as tapeworms, hookworms, heartworms and roundworms. These parasites can cause danger in your cat’s life and eventually affect other pets and overall health of the family. Cat owners must understand that deworming your kitten is necessary especially those adopted cats and those that manifest signs and symptoms of having intestinal parasites.
When cats are sick or suffering from anxiety, they are more likely to lose their appetite. Did you ever wonder how to get a cat to eat during such condition? There are times that they are just quite picky when it comes to food. For owners who are having a hard time feeding their kittens, add some water on the dry food. Start from here and slowly minimize the water amount as time goes by. In this way, your kitten will be adjusted to it. Weather can also affect why cats do not eat especially when they have colds because of incapability to smell food. If this happen, it would be hard to feed and force them to eat. With a little tender loving care, it may be successful but only for rare cases.
Every cat owner has heard about growling and hissing feline friends. Although you think that your beloved friend is the sweetest kitty ever lived, if he felt threatened or needed to express caution to anybody, he’ll probably hiss and growled in an instant. Not only cats do these but also most animals.