If your cat seems to be wearing some sort of Xom stock, chances are you’re not alone.

And if you’re a cat owner, you probably haven’t heard of XOM stock.

But XOM is a fancy name for stock from a cat’s anus, so what exactly is it and what does it do?

Xom stocks are used to improve your cat’s digestive system.

The more Xom, the better.

So what exactly does Xom mean?

XOM (pronounced xo-me-on) is the Latin word for the anus, and it refers to the small intestine, the digestive tract, and the glands that produce stool.

In humans, Xom is a digestive enzyme that is produced in the large intestine.

It helps produce stool from the lining of the stomach, the largest part of the human body.

It also aids digestion by secreting the digestive enzymes that help break down food and other liquids.

In cats, XOM can be produced in various glands located on the anus.

One of the most common Xom glands is the anal lumen, which is located on either side of the anus and consists of two segments.

The anal luma, also known as the anal sphincter, and anal reticularis, are located in the anal glands.

This area of the anal gland produces the feces, urine, and other body fluids that cats make when they poop.

The cat anal luna also produces mucus that coats the anus when it gets dry.

These glands also produce saliva and mucus.

The last Xom gland, the anal reticulosum, is located between the anal flaps.

The reticula is a large, thick, muscular gland that produces the secretion of mucus from the anal mucosa.

The secretion of Xoom is a natural process that happens in cats as they age.

The process of Xoom can be stopped with surgery to remove the Xoom gland, which can be done by removing the cat’s large intestine and incising the anal flap.

Cat owners with cats who have the Xom syndrome should be cautious.

Cat-owners who do not have the symptoms can try to get their cat to eat more frequently and also to keep their cat in a room where he or she does not have a direct route to feces.

Cats with Xom will not develop normal bowel movements.

They can still poop normally, but will have a normal amount of stool and fecal material in their urine.

If your dog has Xom symptoms, you should also take into consideration that your dog may have other issues with diarrhea and other health issues.