Cat Health Care Tips : How to Express a Cat’s Anal Glands

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I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

https://youtube.com/watch?v=rJ9HI4U2guk%3Ff%3Dvideos%26app%3Dyoutube_gdata

Expressing a cat’s anal glands reduces the possibility of infection. Express a cat’s anal glands with tips from aveterinarian in this free video on pet care. Expert: Dr. James Talbott Bio: Dr. James R. Talbott is a staff veterinarian at Belle Forest Animal Hospital and Kennel in Nashville, Tenn. Filmmaker: Dimitri LaBarge

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25 Responses

  1. pitcockdanielagr
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    Boy that was extremely funny. It was like a scene in hangover… what was it again… I’ll find it at freemoviebon anza [.] [com] and get back to you.

  2. pitcockdanielagr
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    wow so cute funny — just a classic like avatar … im going to watch it again just found a cool site that has it

  3. happyosman
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    Please anyone can help me to stop my cat put his ass on capet n walk?? I have done anal glands, and use many different wormming products, but he still doing it…?? Please anyone help me? please!!!!!

  4. mermaidamp
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    I watched Cindy Sawchuck wipe Squidward’s butt where the anus is located which is disgusting.

  5. wolfpaw999
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    my cats anal gland recently ruptured and so ive been cleaning it many times through out the day. he does not look like hes in pain but when it is time to clean it, he is somewhat in a uncomfortable state. it looks like its been doing a bit better since this morning but im still worried b/c this is his 2nd time that this happened to him. he is 10 yrs old and has mild feline lukimea so idk if that makes him more prone to illness. i just want him to be ok. what should i do? PLEASE REPLY ASAP!

  6. nicck
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    My cat doesn’t empty his…so it builds up and basically just stinks. We expressed a bit today, with a drop going on the floor…only for our other cat to come and eat it.

    Nice.

  7. IAMBLACKSTIG
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    I could use a good expressing of the anus

  8. jmwizkid
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    @nicck That’s effing gross. Thanks for sharing.

  9. resveratroltry
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  10. SundaeTheKitten
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    @arcunnin that’s funny! why would you shave a cat, anyway?

  11. tovalondner
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    Thank you so much for this video. I watched it and then got to work on my cat. I adopted him about a year ago. He’s ten years old and was 23lbs when I got him, but he’s down to 19lbs now. He started scooting a couple weeks ago and thanks to this video, I was able to see what was causing the problem. His anal glands were filled with about 2.5 ml each of hard, dry black crud. The expressing was painful for him, but a couple hours later he seems real happy and relieved.

  12. tovalondner
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    Thank you so much for this video. I watched it and then got to work on my cat. I adopted him about a year ago. He’s ten years old and was 23lbs when I got him, but he’s down to 19lbs now. He started scooting a couple weeks ago and thanks to this video, I was able to see what was causing the problem. His anal glands were filled with about 2.5 ml each of hard, dry black crud. The expressing was painful for him, but a couple hours later he seems real happy and relieved.

  13. arcunnin
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    @SundaeTheKitten
    He has a long coat and sheds a lot in the warm months. He is an indoor cat only so… This makes him hack up a lot of hairballs and causes me to have to clean a lot more.
    So, we just give him a shave twice a year. He likes it….keeps him cool.

  14. arcunnin
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    @SundaeTheKitten
    He has a long coat and sheds a lot in the warm months. He is an indoor cat only so… This makes him hack up a lot of hairballs and causes me to have to clean a lot more.
    So, we just give him a shave twice a year. He likes it….keeps him cool.

  15. arcunnin
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    @wolfpaw999
    I don’t think this is the place to ask for emergency vet advice.
    I hope you took him to an actual vet.

  16. arcunnin
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    @nicck
    Eeewwwwww~

  17. linuxmadman
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    “Cats are generally pretty good about keeping their anal; glands expressed.”

    Oh, thank God!

  18. Shramir
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    @arcunnin
    that is…. horrible

  19. mermaidamp
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    I watched Cindy Sawchuck wipe Squidward’s anus when he was a kitten.

  20. LauraLea38
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    I just did this to my cat. I had no idea that they had this. He didn’t like it of course, but some “stuff” did come out. It was yellowish. Didn’t have much though. He is always cleaning himself, so he probably gets a lot of it himself. I had a friend help me so I didn’t get bitten! Thanks!!!

  21. denisethepainter
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    Can’t even see the video. There’s text all over it. Repost a good replacement video please.

  22. CanItAlready
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    @denisethepainter
    Don’t know what video you were watching. I didn’t see text all over anything.

  23. CanItAlready
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    Just an FYI: dogs don’t like this either. 🙂 My chihuahua had trouble with his anal glands a couple of times and when the vet squeezed them, he got as vicious as a 6-pound dog can get without actually biting anyone. And MAN can he scream.

  24. denisethepainter
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    Hi CanItAlready. It is this video and there’s a few on Youtube that have this…it must e a glitch in the system or because I am not in some viewing range? I don;t know but there’s text on top of the video.Does anyone also have this or is it just my computer? I can see many other videos on youtube.

  25. JamesParkersVideos
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    @arcunnin Haa ha. OMG.

    This is the most unusual comment I’ve ever read on YouTube. LOVE IT

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