My female kitten.

by michelle mabry
(auburn,maine )

My female kitten is about 6 months old. And we can't train her to go in the litter box. She pee's in there but will not go poop. So i have been trying to put her outside. Cause my other cats are outside cats and i have noticed that when she poops she has blood in her poop. I read that that might mean she is pregant. My male cat was trying to get her a couple weeks ago when she was in heat. I was just wondering if anyone knew anything.

Answer by Kate
Well i haven't heard about blood in feaces as an indication of preganancy before. I would have thought that it may be part of her being in heat (like a period. I'm not sure if you want her to get preganant or not, but if you do not then you should have her neutered very soon as she can get preganant now especially if you are letting her outside. If the bleeding persists then you should get her checked by the vet.

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blood in cat poop
by: Anonymous

blood in poop usually means they need to be de-wormed. Blood in poop is a sign they have round or hook worms which is common. Female cats can get pregnant at 5 months of age. Please spay your cat asap, there are 100's enthunized every week because there is a over propulation. Please spay and neuter your animals, be responsible and not part of the problem of animals being killed.

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