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I recommend that you take her into see your veterinarian. There can be a couple of different causes for this and intestinal parasites are high on the list. It could also potentially be a mucous strand or even something that she ate. Your vet can talk to you more about the cause of this after they have examined her. They will likely recommend a fecal test to help diagnose or rule out intestinal parasites. The treatment that she needs will depend on the cause of abnormality.
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