If you’ve ever struggled with bloating yourself, you will know just how uncomfortable it can be.
Your stomach feels bigger than usual, there’s often pain and discomfort, and moving around can be difficult.
Our cats suffer much in the same way as we do when struck down by the intestinal issue, which is caused by the stomach filling up with fluid or gas, producing a feeling of fullness and tightness in the abdomen.
Overeating or drinking too much water are the two most common reasons behind feline bloating, although we will look at more, potentially, severe causes later on in this article.
More often than not the digestive distress will ease up on its own.
If it doesn’t, or your feline is in constant pain as a result, you will want to take them to a vet for a check-up immediately.