Does Your Cat Have Anal Gland Problems?Uploader: Yogore 3 month ago Subscribe 3
Obese felines are at a high risk for developing anal sac impaction. Add a comment to Moo Moo's experience. Firstly it is important to determine whether there is a mass or another issue in or around the anal gland, without examining Feebid I cannot determine the specific cause or determine a course of action; in a cat of 18 years options will be limited generally with surgery being off the table, but medical management may still be appropriate if available for the underlying cause. She is too old for surgery. Since you just found him, a visit to a veterinarian would probably be a good idea, and should not be horribly expensive, to give him a good examination, scan him for a microchip to make sure that he isn't owned, check an fecal sample, and give him vaccines. Since Nial seems to be having problems with his bowel movements and anal area, it would be best to have him seen by a veterinarian as soon as possible to have him examined and see what might be causing these problems for him.