Does My Kitten Have Worms?

I would like to know how to find out if my kitten has worms?

By maggie from Hamilton, NJ


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August 5, 20090 found this helpful

The best way is going to be make sure that it has had a vet visit. You can watch when it poops, and if there are sesame seed looking things on the outside of the stool, those are worm parts. Then the kitty will for sure need to go to the vet.
They need to confirm which type it is, before they can treat it. Then you can ask them if there is something over the counter that you can use in the future.

August 6, 20090 found this helpful

I never worm any of my dogs or kittens, they never have fleas either, and I just once found a tick on a cat. I live in a rural area and my cats are outside and eat mice and squirrels. What I do is feed them raw beef or pork liver from time to time. I also supplement their dry food with raw eggs, raw ground meat, tuna and salmon from cans.


I reason that a well-fed animal is a healthy animal, and parasites attack weak animals. This way I even got rid of parasites on weak, abandoned kittens. Counting back there were at least half a dozen dogs and more cats that I kept/keep healthy in the last 20+ years.


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August 7, 20090 found this helpful

Fleas, you may not see there, are a host for worms. Easy way to find out is to watch where kitty does his/her stuff and check it out for little white pieces. You can't miss it and check out her/his behind right after-and frequently-but be mellow about it.


There are other types of worms. If her/his coat went down hill and kitty is shedding a lot are other signs. Hope this helps.

August 11, 20091 found this helpful

See a vet! A one month old kitten should still be with it's mother and nursing. Also over the counter medications are more likely to kill the kitten. Also worms can spread to people, and other cats who use the same litter box. Be sure to wash your hands. Also cats who hunt birds, mice are likely to get worms from eating their catch. Feeding raw meat is not good for animals. Even a healthy animal can have worms!

May 21, 20230 found this helpful

Yeah rare meat is so bad for animals. That's why all the lions, wolves, bears, and every other carnivore is going extinct. Because they never cook their food. Are you kidding me. These are canines and felines, raw is what they was made to eat. Why would you think anything else?


I bet you're one of those geniuses, that tries to turn your pet into a vegetarian? Dr. Marty a vet of over 40 years and is nicknamed the life extender because of the raw diet. Listen to someone that knows instead of ones that just like to think they do.


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