I have two cats they were born last year from different litters at about…

I have two cats they were born last year from different litters at about the same time and out of about 30 kittens are the only two that have this they both have what I thought was leaking anus but I have a lot of acers and so many cats that it took me a while to actually notice that they also aren’t a third of the size they should be ( and yet as a kitten i named one monster because he was so lg. ) they constantly have feces on their tail and back legs they’re too thin their hair is in bad shape and I noticed today that there fur is falling off there ears. I feed my cats very well as a matter of fact I have to sort of monitor the mall for gaining too much weight except for these two they can’t put weight on it all there undersize it’s horrible so if anybody could please help me with some kind of answer because I cannot afford to go to the vet I owe him money now and can’t pay him. Thank you Chris Strickland
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Krista Magnifico
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Hello,
Is there any way you could see a vet for help? I’m sorry but there isn’t enough information here for me to offer much direction. I always worry about internal (intestinal) and external (like fleas or mites) causing the hair loss. But it sounds like they need to be vaccinated and spayed and neutered too. So I think it’s best to ask your vet for some help before I make any guesses based on not having more information about them and their health status. I wish you the best of luck with them.

Krista Magnifico
Member

Hello,
Is there any way you could see a vet for help? I’m sorry but there isn’t enough information here for me to offer much direction. I always worry about internal (intestinal) and external (like fleas or mites) causing the hair loss. But it sounds like they need to be vaccinated and spayed and neutered too. So I think it’s best to ask your vet for some help before I make any guesses based on not having more information about them and their health status. I wish you the best of luck with them.