I wrote about my male persian having chronic diharea.He has been to the vet and they cannot find anything wrong with him. He does not have worms, and the did some test to look inside of his bowels, he's had blood tests also. I have tried different diets to no avail. Can he take Kaopektate? and if so what dose should he be given? I should also note that he has not lost any weight from his runny stools, however his bottom looks sore to me and I am not sure how to fix it. I have had him to three different vet's. None seem to help me and I just cannot stand this anymore. He has been like this for about a year now, and because he cannot control his bowel movements I am keeping him caged, I really feel bad but he has no control over his bowels at all.If you know of any homeopathic remedies please share them with me? Desperately seeking help!
No, you can not medicate your cat with over the counter human medication. I recommend that you bring your cat to a gastro-intestinal specialist. Your cat may have inflammatory bowl disease which can be difficult to treat sometimes. I recommend an intestinal biopsy and a stool Culture. Good luck, vetcare