Originally Posted by Dr. Doolittle
I am not sure what you were feeding before but better quality foods generally produce less stool as the proteins and carbs are more digestible. If you were feeding a grocery store brand before it would be normal to notice less stool.
As Petnurse said. it is important to make sure she is still eating enough and feeding wet would be a great idea.
I was feeding her Meow Mix but since she had problems urinating the emergency clinic that I took her to, told me to switch to this prescription diet. The problem with Kirim is that she does not like can food. She does drink plenty of water, as a matter of fact I just bought her a fountain with a slope and she loves it. Today is 3 days without going #2 (it is 7.30 in the morning here in Florida USA).
I am praying that when I get home this evening I see stool in her litter box. By the way she is beginning to like her new food (dry food) and eating more each day. It was a challenge, the first days she would refuse to eat it.
Also I used to give her a couple of treats two or three times a day and I stopped that. Did I do good? Should I still offer her some treats? They are called Temptations and think they are by Whiskas
Any help, suggestions will be greatly appreciated.