Kitten & Cat Care : How to Relieve Cat Constipation

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Relieving cat constipation is done by adding a bit of canned pumpkin to the cat’s food, which adds a gentle dose of fiber. Maintain healthy cat digestion by offering a high-quality food with information from a practicing veterinarian in this free video on pet care. Expert: Marcia Martin Contact: Bio: Dr. Marcia Martin is a 1990 graduate of Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine. Filmmaker: Suzie Vigoin

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  1. no1supernaturalfan says:

    my persian kitten is only two months old..she had diarrhea and the vet injected antibiotics and told us to feed her chicken..3 days have passed and she hasnt pooped at all..could chicken cause constipation?? shld i take her to the vet again?? she just wont eat nythin other than chicken..i dnt want to starve her and wait for her to eat the wet cat food since she’s so young..any suggestions?

  2. zynation says:

    can’t i just feed it fruit?

  3. PiggyFate says:

    @zynation cats are carnivores. they cannot or shold not eat any kind of vegetables or fruits. look up more information. it is ok for them in small amounts, and it is okay if its for a purpose (i heard giving them some pumpkin kind of stuff loosens their stools) but you should really look up more information and ask your vet every possible question ever and don’t just trust a random person on the internet. 🙂