A very small number of owners found that the cat vomited or had diarrhea after eating cat food. Generally, high quality cat food is good for the health of cats. Of course, we can’t avoid buying fake cat food. So what are the causes of vomiting and laxity caused by cat food?
First, eat too much cat
The cat likes to eat the food too much, or the cat is too hungry, which leads to eating too much and eating too fast, resulting in no chewing and no digestion.
Second, a cat that is full of food
Some cats eat too much, can’t digest for a while, also may vomit. At this time, the best thing is to limit the amount of food the cat can eat, feed it bit by bit, and don’t let the cat eat too much.
Third, the newborn kitten
The kitten’s digestive system is not well developed, so you can’t eat hard food. You can wash out the cat food first and then feed it. Remember that the kitten can’t digest the milk.
Fourth, the cat that changes food
For the first time, some cats can’t adapt to the change of food, and they may vomit or loose. At this time, you need to pay more attention to the usual food hygiene. Mix the new cat food with the previous cat food in an incremental way, and change food for the cat a little bit. Some cats can adapt to it in four or five days Some of them have weak gastrointestinal function and need a week or two. You can feed probiotics for your cat’s stomach.
Fifth, the cat with too many hairballs
Cats like to lick their fur, which will bring part of the hair into the body and can’t be discharged. If you don’t clean it for a long time, it will block the hair ball. You can eat huamaohao or cat grass to help the cat excrete the hair ball from the body.
Sixth, congenital causes
Just like people, some people are allergic to seafood, some people are allergic to alcohol, and cats may be resistant to certain ingredients in cat food. This situation is different according to different cats and is relatively rare.