My cat has blood in her poop

I saw my cat poop one day and after she was done and scooping litter on her poop, a drop came out her bum like liquid poop and it has a bit of blood in it. It's been happening for a while now (but I usually just see the drip on the floor and I have 3 cats so I didn't know it was her at first) but she acts normal, eats normal, drinks normal and poops normal. It's just after the poop it drips once and I don't see any drips again until the next time she poops. She's about 3 and I give her soft food every once in a while mixed with her kibble just as a treat but it's not excessive, maybe once a month, so I'm not sure if that has anything to do with it or the brand of food I give her, Meow Mix Original. If you could give your opinion that would be great.

x Worried x

Answer by Kate
I am not sure if I have understood your question properly, I think you mean that a drop of blood comes out after she goes to the loo.

There should not be any blood in the feces. It may be that she has something similar to piles, I am not sure if cats get piles but I can't see why they wouldn't.

If I were you I would go and have this checked out to be on the safe side. If it is anything then the sooner it is caught the better. Hopefully it is nothing and then at least you will be able to stop worrying and know that you have done everything you can for your cat. After bitter experience myself, If i am worried about anything wrong with my cats I now have it checked out.

I hope all is well

best wishes Kate

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