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My cat (I think) ate a whole mouse; she's a small cat, and now she seems to be in pain and is urinating/defecating blood

I haven't done anything yet; I'm not exactly the most well off financially, and we live pretty far out in the country. I'm also worried about touching her - it seems to hurt her, so I'm just letting her be and watching her.


Asked by Member 1154794 on Feb 11th 2013 Tagged mouse, blood, urinating in Emergencies & First Aid
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Guest

You really do need to get kitty to a vet ASAP! The symptoms you've described (whether she ate a mouse or not), are serious ones that require immediate medical attention. Please don't waste time. Get her to the nearest animal hospital. Hope she's okay and recovers quickly.


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Joey

Urinating and defecating blood is never a symptom to be monitored it requires immediate care. The fact that it is accompanied by pain could indicate a rupture or perforation and internal bleeding of some kind. Please take your kitty to the vet immediately. A good vet will work with you financially – be upfront with them.

Please do not delay - go to the vet. Good luck.


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Bowski

I second the other comments here– cat needs to see a vet ASAP. That sounds like an emergency situation– wouldn't you go to the ER if it was happening to you? The vet will work with you on financing.


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