If these worms are passing out with the stool and sticking to his rear end, the most probable cause would be a tapeworm infection. The adult tapeworm stays in the intestine, but passes segments with eggs sacs in them (these segments can move). Cats have two ways primarily to become infected with tapeworms, one is by ingesting fleas, and the other by ingesting mice. Here is a link with a great deal more information about the tapeworm life cycle. tapeworms
There is no effective home remedy to rid them of the adult worm, but there is an over the counter medicine that can be used and is found at pet stores. Make sure the product contains the ingredient called praziquantel as stated in the link provided above. Not all medications for treating intestinal parasites will treat tapeworms, so you have to make sure you have the right one.
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what would that product show up as on the box? I can't see that specific ingredient but it does say for hook, round and tape work.
Its call "homeopet" HP
Does that help
Thank you so much for your help!
You are welcome. I am glad to help get rid of these tapeworms as they are nasty worms.Thank you kindly for the positive rating and the bonus. It is truly appreciated.