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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, like parasites or an intestinal blockage.
For the rest of the weekend, you should switch her over to a bland diet of only boiled chicken or boiled hamburger and white rice. Do not give any treats, table scraps or regular food during this time.
If she is eating well, has no neurological symptoms (stumbling, falling) and seems ok, you can wait if you are comfortable with it.
Let me know if you still have questions about this.