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I have two indoor kittens which are around half a year old. We got both of them at 12 weeks old and about 1 month apart. Both of them still have their manhood intact.

They leave grimy stains where they spend their time. I would like to identify and possibly prevent this kitty grime. There's no noticeable smell - although I didn't pay attention to it.

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Last picture might indicate that it's just saliva.

They sometimes have poopy buttholes, but not to this extent and this seems more fluid. This would not explain the last picture. (Although I'm still suspicious)

While they might look like dried blood, I don't think that this is the case. Aside from losing teeth, neither of them ever had anything that would bleed that I noticed and there's nothing to prey on.

Early on, one would sometimes step in his own diarrhea and spread it, but things are looking more solid now.

Neither of them ever had an "accident".

I do not believe that these are their markings as it has been going on forever and they haven't really done that yet.

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  • take the kittens to the vet,what you see is not normal it do look like some bleeding.it is time for the first visit to the vet for deworming and vaccsines at this time. – trond hansen Jan 15 '18 at 6:43
  • We went to the vet a week after we got either of them and several times since then. Last time two weeks ago due to a swollen lower lip on one kitten (probably allergy or bacterial infection, it went away) and dandruff on the other one. – Syzygy Jan 15 '18 at 20:09

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