Do Cat’s Fart?
Of course they do, just like most animals. Flatulence is more common in dogs than in cats, but cats can develop gas when food ferments in the digestive tract, when they swallow air after eating too fast or too much, or if there’s a disorder of the stomach, small intestine or colon.
A little gas is a natural part of the digestive process and usually passes quickly. Excessive gas, however, especially when it is foul-smelling and accompanied by other symptoms, may indicate that something is wrong in your cat’s digestive system.
How Do I Know My Cat Has Gas?
It may seem silly to ask this question, as most people know flatulence when they smell it. However, 99% of intestinal gas is odorless. The following additional signs may alert you that your cat is having a digestive problem: Continue Reading »