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Toa and Ross

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Curious to see what others think of it. If it were stripes I would think just dirt that comes back quickly but tgem being spots makes me wonder.
 
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Curious to see what others think of it. If it were stripes I would think just dirt that comes back quickly but tgem being spots makes me wonder.
I know it’s very strange I took my kitten to the vet and nothing they couldn’t figure out what it was ! She wasn’t very helpful
 

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I know it’s very strange I took my kitten to the vet and nothing they couldn’t figure out what it was ! She wasn’t very helpful
Most of the time spots are pigmebtation. But then they wouldn't disappear when you bath your kitten.
 

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Do you use scented litter?
Some can be sensitive to litter
 

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Not sure if you can get it where you are but I use Breeders choice litter it is made from recycled paper and I have had nothing but success with it. It controls odors pretty well and Orpheus thinks the pellets are amazing and basically just a box of toys haha
You can also flush them if you want to.
 

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@KrazyKatLaddyy , checking in for updates

(Many use dr eleseys unscented litter in the blue bag )

(Btw, my rottie baby has an uncomplicated umbilical hernia since a pup- never bothered him and never needed surgery )

Have you asked your vet about the brown spots?
They may be able to do a skin scrape test and chime in on the umbilical hernia

Keep us updated often
 
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