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What to Do When You Find Big Worms in Cat Poop

If you’ve ever seen big worms in cat poop, you’re not alone. This is a common problem for many cat owners. While the presence of these worms can be alarming, there are things that you can do to get rid of them. In this blog post, we will discuss what these big worms are, why they occur in cat poop, and how to get rid of them. We will also provide some tips for keeping your cat healthy and free of parasites!

What are these big worms in my cat poop?

The big worms in cat poop are a type of parasite called tapeworms. These parasites live inside the intestines and feed off of nutrients that would otherwise be used by your pet or passed out as waste material (feces). They can cause weight loss, diarrhea, vomiting and other symptoms if left untreated long enough.

Why do these worms occur in my cats poop?

The most common reason for big worms to appear in cat poop is due to a flea infestation. Fleas are tiny insects that feed on blood and can be found anywhere from your pet’s fur down into its intestines. They lay eggs inside of the animal which hatch into larvae (young) once they’ve been eaten by another host organism such as rodents or birds who then become infected themselves when they eat their own feces containing worm eggs!

How can I get rid of them?

If you think your cat has tapeworms, take him/her to the vet immediately because this parasite could potentially be life threatening if left untreated long enough. The vet will perform tests on your pet and prescribe medication to kill off any remaining parasites before giving them back home with you. You can also purchase over-the-counter medications at most drug stores but make sure they’re intended specifically for cats because some may not be safe!

How do I prevent big worms in my cats poop?

The best way to prevent tapeworms from infecting your pet is by making sure that he/she does not come into contact with other animals who might have them or even get fleas themselves. You should also be very careful about where your cat goes outside because some areas are more susceptible than others when it comes this parasite so try keeping him indoors if possible until all traces of worms disappear completely!

Take care of the health and hygiene of your cats!

Your kitty loves you so much, and deserves a clean litter box. There could be many reasons why big worms appear in their poop: they may have eaten something that had been infected with these parasites before (e.g., another animal’s feces). It is important not to panic because if you do, then there will be an increased chance of your pet getting sick too!

In addition to keeping a clean litter box for your cats, it is also essential that we take care of the health and hygiene of our pets’ body. Try bathing them regularly with warm water or soap solution; this will help get rid of any fleas that might have gotten onto their fur from being outside. If you see signs such as itching or scratching at themselves more often than usual then make sure they are treated immediately by visiting vets so that no further harm comes out due to these pesky parasites!