It is possible that the kitten’s system has become overstimulated, as a result of which it cannot digest its food properly. A healthy diet will help with this problem. In some cases, a medical condition called feline hyperthyroidism can cause diarrhea in kittens between 3 and 6 months old. This condition occurs when the thyroid gland produces too much hormone, causing many symptoms such as lethargy and general weakness. It may be necessary to take your cat to a veterinarian for diagnosis and treatment if you suspect feline hyperthyroidism or any other sickness caused by overactive hormones in the blood stream (hyperadrenalism).
Nutrition: What Kind Of Food Should I Feed My Cat ?
Kittens require special care where nutrition is concerned because their small bodies are so very delicate at these early stages of development – one lapse could prove fatal! Adult cats also have different nutritional needs from those babies do though all cats need certain nutrients from time to time throughout their lives. The following table lists foods commonly used for both adult and baby animals – they’re easy enough to find around most grocery stores but remember that not every supermarket carries every type of food listed here ! You’ll also see that there are two major types of pet foods available on the market today – wet diets / canned diets , dry diets / raw diets . Wet/Canned Diets provide high levels of protein & fat while Dry/Raw Diets contain no carbohydrates at all which makes it easier