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What does it mean when maggots are coming out of your cats butt

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Nothing good. At nbest it means the cat has an infection. You need to talk to the vet.

If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then that makes me a burning truck filled with TNT hurtling through a rocket fuel depot.

You really should take the cat to the vet. But I understand that money is tight. My next idea is to talk to a pharmacist. There might be something over the counter. Just tell the pharmacist that your cat has worms. See if there is a simple solution.

Damn, I forgot about worms. Unfortunately it's been a while since I've been able to have a cat. Those worms can look a lot like maggots. Most pet stores carry basic worming medicines.

If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then that makes me a burning truck filled with TNT hurtling through a rocket fuel depot.

I might be mistaken, but maggots indicate a dead animal. Since the cat is alive I assumed it was worms.  Hopefully, you should be able to resolve this easily . good luck to you and your kitty.

wow dumb ass cats/dogs "DONT" get maggots!!!(not if they are alive anyway) worms will look a lot like maggots and the one that looks like that is called tape worms. tape worms r not the biggest deal as long as they are treated asap!! you can get the meds from just about any drug store or vet. but the cheapest i have found is petmeds, if you are to lazy to look for the number it is 1-800-petmeds. its even free so u dont have to pay for the call!! get the cat some help soon!!!!

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