Causes of cat anal redness
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Some cats are more fastidious than others, but obsessive grooming signals a problem. Nellie, a seven-year-old female spayed tortoiseshell, rolled over on her back and revealed a bald belly. That's when her owner suddenly noticed she had a cat that licked too much. Licking comes naturally to cats, but sometimes this normal grooming urge crosses the line into obsessive behavior. If your cat's licking seems excessive in frequency or duration, don't ignore the problem.
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Signs & Symptoms of Anal Gland Problems in Cats
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Anal gland disease in cats is not very common, but when they do become infected or diseased they can be a really painful problem. Find out the causes of anal gland problems, the signs and symptoms to look out for and then the best ways to treat and prevent them in the future. Actually in cats, anal glands don't cause as much of a problem as they do in dogs and it's pretty rare for cats to get anal gland problems. Soft stools can lead to these problems, it can lead to the build-up of material within the anal glands and soft stools can be due to a number of reasons. Soft stools or diarrhea prevent normal expression of the anal glands by the stools not being their normal, solid consistency. This can lead to impaction of the anal glands. Another cause of anal gland problems in cats can be inflammation in the anal area.
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Does Your Cat Have Anal Gland Problems?
In this time of crisis, our front-line staff are working hard to ensure we're still there for the UK's most vulnerable pets. We need your support now more than ever to keep our doors open. Has your cat got red, inflamed or angry looking skin? Do they have a rash?
The anal sacs are glands located near the anus rectum that produce secretions that are normally expressed during defecation. The secretions from these glands are normally pungent in fact, very smelly and straw-colored with brown flecks. Anal sac contents may also be expressed in times of fright producing a terrible odor in the area. Anal sac disease is uncommon in cats.