What home remedy can i give my cat for diarrhea
I have a cat with diarrhea. I have tried everything I can think of for him but nothing seems to work. I have a kitten that I am raising so he is very fussy and he is starting to get a little crazy. We have already tried getting him a bath and giving him fresh water every day and he still will not go. I have washed him and cleaned his cage and he still has the same problem. I have tried switching food. I have tried giving him canned food but he does not like it. I have tried giving him a bath but he still has diarrhea. I have tried giving him some medicine to help him with his constipation but he does not like the medicine. I have tried giving him some medicine to get rid of his diarrhea but he does not like it. I want to find something that he will eat but he is too fussy and will not eat anything. I was told that give him peanut butter to eat will help him. I do not want to give him peanut butter because he is allergic to peanuts. I was also told that give him some applesauce but I do not know if he will eat it. I would really like to find a home remedy that will help all of my pets.
My cat has had diahrea for about 4 or 5 days now and we have been giving him the lactulose but he just seems to be getting worse. We have had him checked by our vet and he is fussy and has diarrhea. What else can we give him for him to get better?
My cat has had diahrea for about 4 or 5 days now and we have been giving him the lactulose but he just seems to be getting worse. We have had him checked by our vet and he is fussy and has diarrhea.
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"What has happened?" (usually contracted to "What's happened?") is normal usage in the UK in cases where there is some connection between the event and the present moment. I think "What happened?" is more of a US usage, though it is catching on on this side of the Atlantic as well. An example: if you suddenly heard a crashing sound in the kitchen (in the UK) you might shout: "What's happened?" Another example is: "Did you forget your password?" If Microsoft were full of British English speakers that would probably be: "Have you forgotten your password?" Read more
Kitten Feeding Chart by Weight. So how much should I feed my kitten? Referring to a kitten feeding chart would be useful in ensuring that your kitten is being given the right type and amount of food and growing at a healthy pace. Feeding Newborn Kittens. If the mama cat isn’t present to nurse a newborn kitten, you’ll have to feed it with milk formula during its first week. Read more
Should the cat simply have an upset stomach, many veterinarians recommend making a cup of strong peppermint tea, allowing it to cool and giving the cat an eye dropper full. Mint soothes the stomach helping to reduce any nausea. Meat based baby foods can help cats that are simply feeling nauseous. Read more
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