Help Your Cat’s IBS

If you are a cat lover, and your beloved kitty is suffering from symptoms such as:

  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Frequent Hairballs or Vomiting
  • Food Allergies

Then your cat might have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

Just like people, cats can suffer from common digestive problems. IBS is a common digestive order your cat can have. But don’t worry; your cat’s Irritable Bowel Syndrome can be managed. Veterinarians aren’t sure what causes Inflammatory Bowel Disease, although they suspect it occurs when the immune system mistakenly attacks tissues in the digestive tract.


  • Sometimes what you think are frequent hairballs might actually be a symptom of IBS. If your cat throws up hairballs more than once a month you should consider that suspicious.

Natural Cat Food to Combat IBS

Expert, Dr. Elizabeth Hodgkins, explains that to treat mild cases of this disease cats should eat a grain-free canned diet. For tougher cases, she says you should feed your cat a raw diet of ground meat with vitamins and essential fatty-acids mixed in. That is referred to as “the most complete” remedy in her book Your Cat: Simple New Secrets for a Longer, Stronger Life.

Sometimes cats can develop an intolerance towards meats they eat regularly, like chicken. Cats may feel better eating meats like duck or venison.

Fiber can also cause more trouble for your cat. Foods with high disaccharides are much more likely to feed the bad bacteria at the root of the inflammatory bowel conditions.

Aloe vera remedies for IBS are better for your cats health. After all, everyone wants their furry pal around as long as possible.

A.M.P. Floracel® offers a natural supplement for pet’s suffering from Crohn’s, Colitis, Diabetes, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Diarrhea, Constipation and many other digestive diseases and disorders. Molecules absorb into your cats bloodstream, reducing inflammation and helping distribute nutrients throughout your pet’s body. This is how A.M.P. Floracel® begins the healing process, allowing the healthy flora to thrive which aids in proper digestion.

By |2020-05-26T09:31:21-05:00September 9th, 2014|Digestive Diseases, Digestive Health, Food and Nutrition, Pet Health|0 Comments
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