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Note that after eating only hay for three weeks he still produced excess cecals, is it even possible for it to still be diet related? Maybe the fennel actually does something good for the tract or something?. I don't think megacolon fits because Fred is not actually sick. He's otherwise happy at the moment. He also does produce normal round pellety poos that are absolutely normal. He has had a history of an increased liver result in his blood work when we first got him but he's not got any other problems.