FELINE GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASE
Cornell's Feline Gastrointestinal Disease Video If your cat is experiencing vomiting and diarrhea, this is the site you need to read!! From the Cornell University Veterinary Partners in Animal Health website. All the information you need to know about feline Gastrointestinal (GI) Disease. Know when to seek veterinary help, download a history form to bring to you appointment, understand what tests might be needed, learn about the multiple causes of feline GI disease, learn about dietary and medical therapy.
Don't Ignore Chronic Vomiting or Diarrhea in Cats! Frequent Hairballs and periodic vomiting is NOT normal for cats but it is common. Symptoms such as frequent hairballs, intermittent vomiting, weight loss, or diarrhea can be signs of intestinal disease. An ultrasound may be able to show if your cat is in need of work up and treatment for intestinal disease.
How Much Kitty Vomiting Is Too Much?! See the opinions of some great veterinarians in this article!
For more details on some of the topics in the above video, we offer the following additional information.
Parasites and worms can be a common cause of gastrointestinal signs. Parasites can occur in cats of any age but are most common in younger cats. Some of the parasites that cause gastrointestinal symptoms in cats are:
For more information on other common causes of GI disease click on