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Cat Laxative

Constipation is a common feline problem and is defined as infrequent or difficult evacuation of feces.  Acute constipation due to a one-time pelvic trauma or soft tissue pain can be handled best by resolving the underlying problem.

Chronic constipation often is not a dysfunction of the colon but a result of other factors:

Medical issues: (other than colon)

  • Dehydration is the most common cause
    • Increased losses ‑ chronic renal disease, vomiting, diarrhea, or polyuria from diuretics
    • Decreased intake ‑ lack of availability of water, nausea, or oral diseases
  • Orthopedic issues ‑ arthritis (which can also limit water availability) or narrowed pelvic canal from healed trauma
  • Neurologic disorders ‑ as chronic disc disease or other diseases causing ataxia
  • Excessive fecal matter (bulk) secondary to high fiber diet


  • Manx cats with sacral spinal cord deformities


  • Opiates
  • Anticholinergics
  • Sucralfate


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