Cat pooing on the floor

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  • It's a sign that cat has troubles.It can be kidneys or prostate. You should take him to the doctor.
  • NaughtiusMaximusNaughtiusMaximus Forumite
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    We took him to the vets on Saturday, the vet examined him and took blood, results of the blood tests came back today.

    The conclusion is they can't find anything physically wrong with him, bloods, temperature, heart rate and breathing are all normal, healthy teeth, no sign of joint problems and the ideal weight for his age and size. The vet actually said he's in very good condition for his age.

    He hasn't pooed outside his litter tray for over 2 weeks now, hopefully it was just a phase, or something has scared/stressed him which we haven't managed to identify.
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    Thanks for the update. I'm glad your lad has been given the 'all clear' and hope there is no recurrence of the inappropriate toileting.
    It's not difficult!
    'Wander' - to walk or move in a leisurely manner.
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    We took him to the vets on Saturday, the vet examined him and took blood, results of the blood tests came back today.

    The conclusion is they can't find anything physically wrong with him, bloods, temperature, heart rate and breathing are all normal, healthy teeth, no sign of joint problems and the ideal weight for his age and size. The vet actually said he's in very good condition for his age.

    He hasn't pooed outside his litter tray for over 2 weeks now, hopefully it was just a phase, or something has scared/stressed him which we haven't managed to identify.

    I'm glad he's healthy! Might have just been a phase of just a case of him getting on in his years
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