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    Constipated? Watery poop

    I heard a strange sound I honestly thought my cat was throwing up but he wasnít. I checked my snakes and found watery stool in one of their tanks. I just cleaned their enclosures so I knew it was her she had her tail bent like she needed to poop more. I thought if I put her in the bathtub in lukewarm water it might help her release it she didnít poop but she just let out gas does this mean something? I didnít see anything in her previous poop. Could she just be gassy?


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    By picking her up when her tail was "bent" upwards to put her in the tub, you probably interrupted her "release", but maybe it was just gas she was waiting
    for. No big deal, doesn't mean she's constipated...in fact, with watery stool already expelled, it's unlikely that she's constipated at all. Constipation usually
    results from the stool taking too long to be expelled resulting in more water being absorbed, making the stool too dry & hard to expel. For future reference,
    I wouldn't have picked her up as you did.

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    Re: Constipated? Watery poop

    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    By picking her up when her tail was "bent" upwards to put her in the tub, you probably interrupted her "release", but maybe it was just gas she was waiting
    for. No big deal, doesn't mean she's constipated...in fact, with watery stool already expelled, it's unlikely that she's constipated at all. Constipation usually
    results from the stool taking too long to be expelled resulting in more water being absorbed, making the stool too dry & hard to expel. For future reference,
    I wouldn't have picked her up as you did.
    I actually waited about 20 mins before I picked her up I had to clean both her and her tank anyways her tail wasnít up when I put her in the bath


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    Re: Constipated? Watery poop

    Yep. They can fart dramatically and put you to shame in a contest of noise. Will never forget the first time I experienced it. I laughed so hard. LOL.

    Quote Originally Posted by aes1004 View Post
    I heard a strange sound I honestly thought my cat was throwing up but he wasnít. I checked my snakes and found watery stool in one of their tanks. I just cleaned their enclosures so I knew it was her she had her tail bent like she needed to poop more. I thought if I put her in the bathtub in lukewarm water it might help her release it she didnít poop but she just let out gas does this mean something? I didnít see anything in her previous poop. Could she just be gassy?


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    Snakes can fart? Huh, you learn something new everyday.

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    Yup, snakes fart.
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    Fart? Like an orchestra depending on how many you have. When my kids first heard it, they almost died of laughter. Is was around 11 at night and the house was quite, well was quite.
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    Re: Constipated? Watery poop

    Quote Originally Posted by Sonny1318 View Post
    Fart? Like an orchestra depending on how many you have. When my kids first heard it, they almost died of laughter. Is was around 11 at night and the house was quite, well was quite.
    Kid or not, farts never stop being funny.
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    Re: Constipated? Watery poop

    Lol yeah I know they fart but I honestly thought it was my cat throwing up thatís how weird it was


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