Why is my new kittens poop runny?

Why is my new kittens poop runny?

Food allergies, overfeeding, or eating inedible items can also cause diarrhea in kittens. Items like bones, fabrics, or kitty litter can create intestinal blockages if swallowed. While a poor diet is one of the most common reasons kittens suffer from diarrhea, there are other possible causes as well.

When to take your cat to the vet for runny Poo?

It’s always best to consult with your local Greencross Vets when your cat has constipation as this can be a symptom of other health issues. When your cat is in good condition and being fed the right diet for their age, breed and activity level, they will produce healthy poos. The perfect cat poos are not too runny and not too dry.

Why does my kitten fart and have a wet Poo?

Because the first couple of poos were so runny we read on the forum that perhaps only dry kitten food would help, so since we have been giving her dry crunchy food (same one) and water. However, she seems to be a bit bloated, farts a lot (about 3 times per hour) and her poo is still wet.

When does diarrhea stop in a new kitten?

Once its body adjusts to the new item, diarrhea typically stops after a couple of days of eating the new food item. If you are regularly providing different foods, treats, etc. then diarrhea may also occur regularly, especially in a kitten with a sensitive gastrointestinal tract.

What can I give my kitten for runny Poo?

If her stools do firm up on the chicken or white fish diet then you can gradually introduce some wet cat food to her diet (but no dry food). SbanR, moggie14, Saf and 3 others like this.

It’s always best to consult with your local Greencross Vets when your cat has constipation as this can be a symptom of other health issues. When your cat is in good condition and being fed the right diet for their age, breed and activity level, they will produce healthy poos. The perfect cat poos are not too runny and not too dry.

Why does my cat have runny poop all the time?

If your cat has runny, loose or liquid poop, there could be a number of reasons for this. And before starting cat diarrhea treatment, it’s necessary to find its cause.

Once its body adjusts to the new item, diarrhea typically stops after a couple of days of eating the new food item. If you are regularly providing different foods, treats, etc. then diarrhea may also occur regularly, especially in a kitten with a sensitive gastrointestinal tract.

Because the first couple of poos were so runny we read on the forum that perhaps only dry kitten food would help, so since we have been giving her dry crunchy food (same one) and water. However, she seems to be a bit bloated, farts a lot (about 3 times per hour) and her poo is still wet.