Ms. Jeff's Legacy
- Jul 2, 2019
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How is your kitty doing?
Normally with tape worms you don't see the worms you see the eggs, which look like grains of rice in their poop, the worms themselves are thin, flat, and segmented. I wonder if what you are seeing are actually round worms, they are smooth, white, and kind of look like cooked spaghetti.Thank you for asking. She slept a lot yesterday but she feels completely fine today, playing and being as crazy energetic as usual. I've found what looks like a single tapeworm in her stool (whitish, about 3mm width, 10mm length), but I'm not sure as I've never seen one before.
On my device, I can and do edit for clarity and typos for a certain amount of time. After people have seen and replied to the original post, it's kind of rude to change it because it changes the meaning of their post as well.P.S. Is there any way to edit posts at this forum? I didn't mean to insert the bigger picture.
I don't have any experience with whipworms, just tapeworms. I can't really tell. Dr. Michael W. Fox has some horror stories about what happened to kittens in the 20th century when home sewing was more common and people weren't careful enough with their needles and thread.
Wow you're a pro!I coat the pills in butter (it masks the taste and helps them slide down more easily) and rub her throat after each pill to make sure it goes down. I follow immediately with her favorite treats and she doesn't even realize she's been medicated.
Thanks!I'm getting rather protective of your kitten and distrustful of your local vets too! I'm glad you found us. My own kitten is very lucky too.
Here: Hello From Willow And Me and I need to update it.P.S. Where can I find some info on your kitten, a la my own thread about mine?