O.O;; Oh I'll enjoy this task. But I'm hoping that it's just a parasite and nothing further. What color was this mucous may I ask?(my kitty's was sandy colored)Mucous in his stool could evidence an intestinal issue. My cat has experienced various intestinal inflammation issues and mucous in her stool is one of the symptoms/results/problems. As other people here have recommended to you, christina, I'd suggest taking the mucous sample to your vet when it's fresh. It could be forewarning you of a much larger issue.
well if your kitty eats wet food I don't think that it would need to drink water but my cat eats dry food.My kitty eats wet food exclusively and never, ever drinks water. Not at all.
well faint* would probably do well for the breath of my cat. Are you sure that your cat has no dental issues? did you look?She has also always and forever had the worst breath on the planet. I swear; it smells like raw sewage. When she's sitting on my lap and yawns, it wafts up to me and, honest to heaven, horrible doesn't begin to describe it. And she doesn't have dental issues.
Eh...okay.:uhh: (never knew it would break his teeth)I'd like to suggest being careful with your cat's teeth, christina. You wouldn't want to accidentally break or crack one while trying to pry tartar off by yourself.