Diarrhea In Kittens Can Be A Sign Of More Serious Underlying Problems, According To A Press Release From The Humane Society Of The Mississippi River & River Valley
Kittens can develop diarrhea from time to time. It can also be a sign of a more serious underlying problem. Diarrhea is a sign that a cat has a variety of conditions. This includes parasites, parasites, infections, allergies and more. Dizziness is caused by more frequent bowel movements marked by loose, watery stool. Dehydration can cause a cat to become severely dehydrated and weak. This is because of the loss of fluid in its stool. Derehydration also can cause death if left untreated. Anti-diarrhea medications that are safe for cats may be prescribed. If your cat has become dehydrated, or is at risk of dehydration, administration of fluid through an intravenous (IV) line or under skin (subcutaneous) may help diarrhea resolve. If the cat seems listless and is sleeping all the time, or if you see blood in diarrhea, call the vet. . . .