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Found this little guy left inside a hot dumpster Friday afternoon. I brought him home and gave him food, water, and washed his fur. He spent the rest of the night sleeping and biting things around the house.

Today I found him relaxing in a dark corner and he came up to me to play. I fed him again and he seemed to eat more than yesterday night.

What scared me was when I found his diarrhea sprayed around his litter box and some still on his tail.

Should I take him to the vet today to check for worms, or any stomach problems? Could something in the dumpster cause him to get sick? Please help, I like this little fella.

My mom named him Jerry btw.
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keep it indoors and have it fixed as soon as it's old enough.
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>>2173711
idk how old he is, but i'd guess he's probably a month or 6 weeks old. I have no problem taking hin to the vet because it's only 3 minutes away, just dont want them to take him from me.
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Kittens are often born with worms that they get from their mother, so it's a good idea to take him to the vet for some dewormer. Diarrhea could be caused by that, illness, or it might even just be stress.

No matter what, I'd recommend a vet visit for the little guy/girl. Get that sucker a clean bill of health.

It's also not unlikely that it has fleas. The vet should be able to recommend a kitten-safe preventative. To get rid of fleas that are on him now, you can give him a bath in Dawn dish soap. Leave it on for five minutes before you rinse it off. Keep him nice and warm while he dries.

Good luck.
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>>2173715
There is no reason why they would take him from you. But it would definitely be good for the kitten and you if just to ease your mind.
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>>2173715

They won't take him away. I've taken plenty of strays that I've rescued to the vet. They were happy that I rescued them.
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> I found his diarrhea sprayed around his litter box and some still on his tail

why do i read cat threads, they're never not horribly disgusting
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