Diarrhea & Constipation.
Articles about feline diarrhea & constipation.
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- * Campylobacter
Campylobacter is a bacteria that can cause diarrhea. In cats, it is most often kittens that are seriously affected, especially during weaning. The diarrhea can be so debilitating, that it can be life-threatening in such young felines. This article discusses treatment options and how to eliminate campylobacter from your cattery . . .
- * Chronic Diarrhea
Feline chronic diarrhea can be one of the most frustrating problems faced by a cat owner.
- * Constipated Kitten
Constipation can be a serious problem, especially in a young kitten. Learn what to look for and the treatment options you may need to consider...
- * Constipated Newborn
Constipation can be lethal in a newborn kitten. Lean the signs to watch form and how to help a newborn eliminate if it is suffering from constipation.
- * Diarrhea & Constipation
Occasionally, your cat my suffer from either diarrhea or constipation. If either condition persists for more than a couple days, you should be concerned.
- * E. Coli `Blooms`
Acute or chronic diarrhea that fails to respond to normal medications may be the result of an overgrowth of E. coli bacteria in your cat`s digestive tract.
- * How To Give A Cat An Enema
A serious problem can arise if a cat becomes constipated. It can even be life-threatening! leant how to detect signs of constipation and how to give the constipated cat an enema.
- * Iams Hairball Care Formula
Does your cat have intermittent or chronic diarrhea that does not respond to conventional treatment? Iams Hairball Care Dry Cat Food has proven useful in this situation.
Adding pumpkin to your cat`s diet can be a real benefit in dealing with diarrhea or constipation.