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Customer Service for Subscribers. Find out what causes issues with cat anal glands and how they're treated. But, as I learned last week, cat anal glands can suffer blockages, too. When I brought Siouxsie in for her three-month post- radioactive iodine therapy checkup, my vet noticed something odd: One of her little sacs was swollen to the size of a marble. Needless to say, we got that taken care of right away. So, just what are cat anal glands and what do they do?
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Anal Glands and Happy Cats
9 Things You Never Wanted to Know About Cat Anal Glands - Catster
My beautiful, well-mannered cat expresses her anal glands when she is happy, and I thought I was the only one with a cat who did this until last week. Well, that ends today! The anal glands are contained in the anal sacs, and they create a oily, unpleasant-smelling substance that collects within the sacs. The contents of these sacs are then used for marking purposes. When your cat defecates, the anal sacs are squeezed, and their contents are deposited onto the waste. This requires veterinary attention.
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Can Kittens Have Anal Gland Problems?
It borders between comical and crass when your kitty drags his rear end across the carpet -- more on the crass side if it happens when you have guests. It's not just your kitten's way of entertaining the troops, it's possible that he may have an anal gland problem. You probably already know that dogs have anal glands that can become troublesome, but it might come as a surprise that cats have them, too. Some dogs almost routinely have problems with their anal glands, while cats almost never do.
Cats can be subtle about communicating physical discomfort. However, any cat who displays the following behaviors may need to be checked for anal gland problems:. Although cats are far less likely than dogs to have problems with their anal glands, it can happen. If the ducts or outlets from these glands become clogged, then the glandular fluid can't be pressed out in the normal way when the cat defecates. The glands can become impacted, and this in turn can constipate the cat and interfere with normal litter box usage.