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If your cat had worms, you would know. You wanna know how precisely? Because ACTUAL white, thick slimy worms would be weaving in and out of his ******. Literally. Sorry to be so graphic, but it's definitely not worms if that event is not apparent. It sounds like you should just take her/him to the vet if you're that concerned to find out for sure. Sorry I couldn't help you diagnose your pet down to the tee, but I would say don't be worried because it doesn't sound like worms to me.
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- I think that what I'm looking at is the output of the scent glands because on closer inspection, the spots form a more or less symmetrical pattern. This is unlikely if it weren't an anatomical feature.
Thank you for the help but I still wish he'd point that thing somewhere else.