Unsure whether your kitty’s poops are healthy or not? We’ve created a cat poop chart to help you decipher what each of your kitties poops means. It’s like a horoscope reading, but better. Caution: if you are at all offended by cat poop talk or are mid-way through eating your lunch, this blog probably isn’t for you.
Read on to find out what’s so important about cat poop, how often your kitty should be pooping, and tips from Vet Doctor Lazaris to tell if your cat’s poop is healthy or not.
Why do we care about cat poop?
Believe it or not, we aren’t just weirdos that enjoy talking about poop 24/7. Poops are important as they reflect the inner workings of our and our pets’ bodies. Bowel movements can signal your fur baby is all tickety boo, or they could alert you to a possible illness or issue. This is particularly useful as our fur babies obviously can’t talk (as much as we wish they could). So inspecting their poops is probably the best form of conversation you’re going to be able to have with them over their health.