Our expert says:
It is highly unlikely that the Whiskas caused the worms. THis is probably an unfortunate coincidence. If you have treated the cat for worms with a good worm remedy they should all be gone now. If there is still blood in the faeces it could be as a result of colitis or a protozoal infection. Both of these conditions can be diagnosed by your vet. is there mucous in the faeces as well?
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