There are many reasons why your cat is gassy.
Some main causes of flatulence include a poor digestive system, gastrointestinal diseases, allergies, diet changes, and infections.
Whether your cat is passing silent, noisy, odorless wind, or can clear a room with one whiff, there is a list of contributing factors for your cat’s discomfort.
If you’re giving human food or low-quality cat food to your pet, all those fillers and carbohydrates will, unfortunately, cause your fur baby to pass wind.
There are many smells cats hate and allergies they develop to cigarette smoke, carpet cleaners, mold, chemicals, grass, weeds — the list goes on.
If your pet happens to gulp down everything it eats without chewing it properly, there’s a good chance that they’re swallowing a great deal of air along with cat food.
If you change your fluffballs diet suddenly, it may lead to increased gas. It can cause chaos with your kitty’s gut health, and they might struggle to adjust.
Typical side effects of gastrointestinal diseases are diarrhea and vomiting. However, these two side effects don’t always come hand in hand with bad gas.
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