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Stomach & Intestinal Disorders in Cats

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Vomiting

Cat’s tend to vomit frequently. This could be caused by irritated gastric mucosa, as a result of a hairball, unsuitable diet, gulping down their food or kidney problems.

Diarrhoea

There are a number of reasons for cats to get diarrhoea, like unsuitable food, parasitic infection, autoimmune disease or a shift in the intestinal balance as a result of medication. In most cases, diarrhoea will last for a short period of time, however, in rare cases, it could become chronic.

Constipation

Constipation is another problem cats can suffer from and is mostly seen in overweight cats. The cat will assume a sitting and “pushing” position with an arched back and the tail is held straight. Your cat might be telling you he is in pain by making whiny vocalisations. At Vetsend you can find an extensive range of products that can aid the passage of intestinal contents.

Food Allergy

Food allergies usually include an allergy to a certain animal protein in cat food and can cause problems with your cat’s stomach, intestinal tract or skin. To prevent your cat suffering from food allergies, try a hypoallergenic dier or an elimination diet. A hypoallergenic diet includes processed proteins that the body does not recognise as proteins making it highly digestible and less likely to cause an allergic reaction. An elimination diet includes is a step by step process of determining what your cat can tolerate. At first, a diet with only one source of protein should be given, that he has not had before. Afterwards, a source of carbohydrate can be added to the diet. In this way, you can determine what works for your cat.