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Does Your Cat Have Anal Gland Problems?
Signs & Symptoms of Anal Gland Problems in Cats - Glandex
Despite her love of your couch, your cat has many of her natural tools for living life in the wild, including her anal sacs. When your cat poops, a bit of this funky substance comes out as well, giving her waste its own distinct odor. Occasionally a cat may have some trouble with her anal sacs and they become impacted, inflamed or infected. You can give your cat some comfort from inflamed anal sacs. A warm compress will soothe her irritated hind end and soften the contents of her anal sacs, making them easier to express. Try soaking the cloth in a solution of Epsom salts, calendula or red clover for additional comfort and to stimulate the anal glands.
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9 Things You Never Wanted to Know About Cat Anal Glands
These small pouches store an oily, foul-smelling fluid that is secreted during defecation, but can also be released to mark territorial boundaries and ward off predators. The anal sacs--more appropriately the anal glands--are sometimes impacted or infected by bacteria. The symptoms associated with anal sac disease in cats depends on the severity and nature of the problem.
Ever wonder why cats are so particular about where they poop? Like dogs , cats are highly territorial. They use scent as a place marker, a communication device, and a personal ID card. A well-placed pile of poop lets other cats know exactly who's in charge of a given space and who was just passing through. The stool gets its distinctive odor from fluid produced by pea-size anal sacs, or glands.