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Mucus is normally present in the intestinal tract and, when you see it, it looks almost gelatinous and there might be blood present as well. This indicates gastrointestinal upset.
If it doesn't improve after 2 days, you should see your vet to rule out a bigger problem.
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If it improves on its own within a few days, you do not need to see the vet. If it does not or it gets worse, you will need to see the vet.
Your cat should be seen by the vet once a year for a general exam. If you have not been on that schedule, this would be a good time to start.