Why do cats get diarrhea and constipation?

Why do cats get diarrhea and constipation?

The most common gastrointestinal complaint of cats, including many owners, is constipation.

The cat’s poop is usually found in its stomach, and it can also get stuck in its urethra, the opening to the bladder.

It’s not a major issue for most cats, but cats that are prone to constipation are at risk of developing colic, an upset stomach, which can be fatal.

There’s also the possibility that constipation can cause a cat to develop kidney stones.

It can also lead to diarrhea, which is the same issue that affects humans.

While constipation is usually a mild complaint, if you notice constipation in your cat, it’s probably a sign that it’s time to get a veterinarian’s help.

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