Cat diarrhea: causes and solutions

cat diarrhea worries many cats masters who often fear the worst . It is true that diarrhea, in cats, may be a warning symptom of a disease or more disturbing disorders . It should never be underestimated and do not hesitate to consult a veterinarian

Digestive parasites

Almost always, kittens are born with intestinal worms. They are indeed transmitted by the mother during pregnancy. Responsible for digestive irritations , these worms are often responsible for vomiting or diarrhea. To get rid of it, it is necessary to deworm the kitten every month until it is 6 months old.

Cats, more generally, are also subject to these parasites. They must be dewormed 2 to 4 times annually

Infectious Gastroenteritis

Infectious Gastroenteritis in cats are the result of a virus or bacterium. It is very common in cats and often triggers diarrhea

. A veterinarian must prescribe a treatment

Diarrhea The kittens are sensitive to variations in their diet . Thus, their intestines can be manhandled by changes of kibble or a change to the pâté. To avoid diarrhea, make food transitions

listed over time. Slowly reduce the portions of the old food by increasing the news little by little. If ever your cat has transit disorders

, you can, on the advice of your veterinarian, buy some croquettes adapted for the digestive comfort of your feline

Ingestion of objects or damaged food Curious and greedy by nature, cats can also make this bad experience. A small object stuck in their intestines can disrupt their transit and make them sick. Likewise, ingestion of

spoiled food can make the cat sick and give him diarrhea. Do not hesitate to consult a veterinarian

Food intolerance Cats, just like us, may not support a food . Often,

diarrhea is a sign of their condition. When a cat has diarrhea , one must be careful. Start by setting it to the diet and leave at hand

so that it does not become dehydrated.

You have to observe your companion and especially not hesitate to call a veterinarian. It will give you the first steps to follow or advise you to come and visit.