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Odd poop

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Hi! :)
I was sweeping the piggy room today and found an odd poop (I will attach pictures).
Any advice is appreciated!
P.S.
Sorry I don't have more insight as to what it may be -- I have no idea!
I will also post some photos of Stubbins, who now lets me pet her and give her chin rubs (thanks, Stubbins! 🤣)! Her crest makes her look extra skeptical! :)
I am also attaching a picture of tonight's salad!! :)
 

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if she's eating fine and doesn't seem like she has pain, probably nothing to worry about.
Just to ake sure its poop tho, put her in a comfy box for a while until something pops out.
or it could just be old raisins dropped around
 

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Hi! :)
I was sweeping the piggy room today and found an odd poop (I will attach pictures).
Any advice is appreciated!
P.S.
Sorry I don't have more insight as to what it may be -- I have no idea!
I will also post some photos of Stubbins, who now lets me pet her and give her chin rubs (thanks, Stubbins! 🤣)! Her crest makes her look extra skeptical! :)
I am also attaching a picture of tonight's salad! :)
Hi!

If it is just a one off, I would not worry. Just some small bit of veg that for some reason has not been digested.
 
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