I totally agree with the worm thing. BUT I also think that males
smell more than females - just a thought!!
On Mar 26, 8:24�pm, Lynne > wrote:
> on Tue, 27 Mar 2007 00:05:29 GMT, "kitkat via CatKB.com" <[email protected]
> > I had a problem with SUPER stinky poop with one of my cats and then
> > both of them - I was feeding them prescribed food from the vet so I
> > knew it was good stuff (it better be for $25 a bag)...turned out they
> > had round worms...can't see them with the naked eye - you'll need to
> > get a poop sample and bring it to the vet - you'll likely get a call
> > in 24 hours.
> > I'm going to put money on the fact that one of them has worms. *and my
> > cats are both indoor cats so it doesn't just happen with outdoor cats.
> My cats are both on monthly Interceptor, so I know they don't have round
> worms. *BTW, you can see round worms with the naked eye once they mature. *
> They look like spaghetti, only they move, and they are disgusting.
> Interceptor, by the way, covers heartworms, hookworms, roundworms and
> whipworms. *The only worm it doesn't cover is tapeworm, and I haven't
> seen any evidence of that. *Indoor-only cats can and do get intestinal
> worms, so that's why I give them Interceptor.
> I wondered if the L-lysine I give Levi had something to do with the
> horrible stench, but there has been no change since I stopped feeding the
> canned (and therefore stopped the L-lysine, which I sprinkled on the wet
> food), so that's not it, either.
> Different foods result in poop with different smells. *High quality food
> doesn't neccessarily equate to less stinky poop is all I'm saying. *The
> possibility of worms was, however, an excellent point. *Whenever there is
> a change like that which can't be explained, a trip to the vet is
> definitely in order. *In our case, though, the increased stink correlated
> with the switch to Innova Evo (canned and dry).