1. Cat constipation may be caused by eating too much or being in a hurry. The owner can take appropriate measures to promote the cat's digestion, such as gently rotating and massaging the cat's stomach with hands to stimulate the cat's defecation. However, be careful not to use too much force when massaging. In addition to massaging the belly, the owner can also wear gloves and gently press the cat's butt.
2. When the cat is constipated, the owner can also feed it some probiotics to regulate the stomach and promote gastrointestinal motility. In addition to probiotics, honey water, old yogurt, and other foods are also conducive to promoting digestion, and owners can give cats more to eat.
3. If the cat is usually lazy, sleeps after eating, eats after sleeping, and rarely exercises, it is also prone to constipation. Therefore, the owner should take the initiative to let the cat maintain an appropriate amount of exercise, and use toys such as a cat stick to playing with the cat and let it move.
4. Constipation may also be caused by hairballs. When the hairballs block the stomach, the cat will be constipated. In this case, the owner needs to feed the cat to eat hair removal cream or cat grass to help it remove hairballs, and at the same time let it drink some clean drinking water.