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Her poop doesn’t seem to be mushy and I don’t find cecals lying around, but there was a time where I was concerned she was not eating hers. She seems to be doing okay currently. Her diet is mainly Timothy hay from small pet select, an eighth of a cup of pellets from Oxbow twice daily, and a salad every evening. Her greens are usually romaine, cilantro, mint, kale, and some other lettuce (dandelion greens, collars greens, turnip greens, etc. ). The poop that gets stuck is a big hard glob. It is the consistency of normal poop, but stuck in her fur and larger. I am assuming it has to be somewhat moist when it starts to stick, but I never see them like that. Very frustrating.