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Yeah I have had that experience with both my cats

more often with my youngest as he was always a bit squitty as a kitten
but also with my 2 year old, again no change in diet

I think their stools just vary anyway sometimes, and they may have eaten grass or plant matter

I wouldn't worry about it, I know of some people with long haired cats who have this problem all the time

Obviously if they have diarrhea then its cause for concern and a trip to the vets
but a bit squishy and some getting stuck is nothing to worry about

hope this puts your mind at rest
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aah that's sweet †hat your 2 tried to clean up themselves
both my 2 seemed oblivious and just ran around normally with me chasing them with a baby wipe
except one time with Sonic who looked at her rear end then promptly went and sat on the sofa, mm lovely (think she may have been trying to wipe clean)

Yeah I think if you wipe mos† of it off they will lick themselves clean
but if a lot is lef† behind they're not sure what to do

We had a problem with one cat getting it all down her leg as well (she was quite lame at the time due to a fractured pelvis and her leg wouldn't straighten) so we had to clean her up a few times

but don't worry about it
after all everyone gets a bit loose some†imes

hope your 2 are well
they sound adorable
 
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