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Ask a Cat Lady: Why Do My Kittens Have Worms?

Last Updated on November 17, 2023 by Catster Editorial Team

Sarah Says: Most kittens get their worms from their mommas. It’s a hot mess that they tend to step in. Then they leave paw prints on the floor that are not so cute. The worm of choice this year (for my fosters) has been coccidia. Coccidia enjoy soft, warm, dimly lit nether regions and walks on the beach.

If you haven’t guessed by now, this week’s Ask a Cat Lady question is about worms! Hit the play button above and sing along with this week’s lyrics:

by Sarah Donner

I’m just a kitten on the streets
I have these worms inside of me
It’s not my fault though, can’t you see?
My mother gave them to me

They’re wreaking havoc on my soul
Inside my bowels I lose control
I swear the box is my sole goal
I’m just too slow sometimes

I’m no parasite, you see
They live deep inside of me
Inside of me

Leave it to the professionals
To give me meds that make me well
And on the bed we can cuddle
You won’t have to fear puddles

Once I’m dewormed I’ll feel so good
I’ll be able to digest food
Nom nom nom nom
Nom nom nom nom

I’m no parasite, you see
They live deep inside of me
And through my colon they will pass
We can kick these worms right out my ass

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