If you see bloody stools, watch out. While your cat might seem to be acting normally, blood stools could be a red flag warning you that your cat should get a check up as soon as possible.

That’s because blood stools could be a sign of an infection, or just your cat messing with your mind to make you worry about it and forget about anyone else. Just remember to let a vet exa ini your cat rather than try to fix it yourself. Your cat needs proper medical attention even if the vet bills cost more than you spend on your own health care.

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