Feline IBD, Inflammatory Bowel Disease is a syndrome, rather than a disease. It's a common occurrence within cats. It’s a condition that's induced by an inflamed and irritated gastrointestinal tract.
At the moment, there isn’t an exact cause of IBD. But evidence suggests that it relates to the bacterial population in the intestines, diet, and a number of environmental factors.
One of the first steps to treating IBD is dietary modifications, as well as various medications. This is of course, based on the recommendation of a vet or specialist.
Here, you’ll find a list of the best foods to feed your kitty if they suffer from IBD, or food sensitivities and intolerances.
The Hills Prescription food sensitivities product has been developed to manage diet sensitivity.
Dr. Elsey’s grain-free dry cat food is formulated with natural proteins that are found in cats’ wild-caught prey.
Royal Canin’s selected protein food is designed for our feline friends who don’t do well with food composed of foreign substances.
Containing no grains or gluten, a common allergen, this product is made with up to 98% cage-free poultry.
This recipe is ideal for cats suffering from IBS and showing symptoms such as vomiting, weight-loss, bloody stools, and diarrhea.
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