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Feline Bloody Stools - The Cause, the Symptoms, and the Plan of Action

If you notice feline bloody stool, you might feel the urge to lose it but the first thing you need to do is relax. It is a common problem that most likely has a simple solution.  The first step is to understand why this happened. Some of the most common causes of feline bloody diarrhea include a bacterial infection, bowel inflammation, intestinal parasites, or a reaction to taking antibiotics.

Feline bloody stool may also be accompanied by other symptoms, which will help your vet understand what the issue at hand is. Some common symptoms include sudden weight loss, excessive water consumption, exertion while defecating, lack of energy, and frequent bowel movements.

In order to figure out what is causing the feline bloody diarrhea, you need to take your cat to the vet, who will do a series of tests of the stool, urine, and more. If the cause of feline bloody stool is a bacterial infection or intestinal parasites your vet will probably suggest antibiotics. The problem with antibiotics is that they themselves can cause irritation that leads to bloody stools.

Avoid antibiotics at all costs. Instead, seek natural treatment like homeopathy. Homeopathy is very gentle and can get rid of the harmful parasites and bacteria that cause problems for your cat. Homeopathic remedies contain small amounts of highly effective natural ingredients that strengthen your cat's digestive and immune systems.

You also need to make changes to your cat's diet because diet obviously plays a huge role in digestion and feline bloody diarrhea is indicative of digestive problems. Avoid commercial cat food because it contains artificial ingredients that can wreak havoc on your cat's digestive system. Instead, feed your cat raw, unprocessed foods. They are much healthier for your cat and much more delicious too. You will notice your cat's overall health improve after changing his diet and giving him more water.

In order to keep feline bloody stool from becoming a recurrent problem, a lifestyle change for your cat is in order. That's why you need to be sure to improve his diet, increase his water intake, and give him a homeopathic remedy as soon as possible.

Sure, the results of natural treatment may take a few more days than with conventional treatment but the results are permanent. Plus, homeopathic remedies boost your cat's immune system and help him achieve overall good health.

You will notice his energy level increase and he will look much healthier in general. Most importantly, blood in the stools will no longer be a problem for him. Do your cat a favor and give natural treatment shot. There really is nothing to lose.

Jeff Grill is an editor of the Cat Health Guide and has written on many feline health problems. See this site for more information on feline bloody stool treatment options.

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