Feline anal gland problems
Anal Glands Anal Sacs: Impaction & Abscesses in Cats
Anal gland disease is a common problem in cats and dogs. The anal glands, also called 'anal sacs, ' can become impacted, infected, and abscessed. Affected pets may lick the anal area, 'scoot' along the floor, or have problems with defecation.
Cat Anal Gland Problems: How to Identify and Treat Them
Feline anal glands become problematic when the ducts become blocked, a condition called anal sacculitis. Problems can also occur if your cat's anal sacs are making too much fluid. This keeps the substance from coming out of the ducts, causing it to get thicker and possibly allow infection to form.
Impacted Anal Sacs - All Feline Hospital located, 2300 S
Anal sac disorders involve impaction of anal sac fluid, inflammation of the sac(s), and abscess of the sac(s), which can lead to anal gland rupture. Impaction is