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my mothers cat is about 15 has only 4 teeth left and the last 3 months has been having constipation issues. now i just noticed that shes burping ….i have had about 50 or so cats in my life and I’ve never seen a cat burp before it worries me. my mother has been putting pumpkin in her food to help her constipation because she dosent have the heart to wrestle the old girl down to get her syrup down. im stumped i was thinking of getting some baby gas drops but have no idea how she will react to that or if its a side effect of her new diet
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You’d hear the same story from most cat owners – after my cat ate, it sat on the lounge and made a discreet burp like sound and eliminated a horrific cat food smell into the whole room. Pretty much the usual human ritual of burping, but the question here is do cats burp?However, after this incident I noticed our cat did not eat as fast as he used to. He also seemed to have some difficulty eating on one side of his mouth. We gradually moved him to Almo Chicken and Pumpkin cat food, but the difficulty eating and the occasional vomiting - once a week - along with what seemed to be stomach upset continued (he would often burp after eating). We tried moving him to a raw cat diet and he did not go for it at all.But most cat owners will agree to the fact that cats do burp. Even though most cats are slow-eaters, as compared to dogs for example, and they do chew their food, they normally swallow air between the food gulps, which is released in the form of burps.When your kitty eats, she normally ingests a small amount of air as well. If a cat eats very quickly, the amount of gas ingested increases. This excess air enters the digestive tract and stomach, resulting in belching soon after eating. If the air isn't expelled through burping, it may result in flatulence 15 to 35 minutes after eating. To reduce your kitty's rapid eating, feed her in an area separate from other cats so that she doesn't feel the need to rush through meals because of competition over food. You can also use a special bowl with a raised center, which encourages her to eat more slowly.Add Digestive enzymes. Digestive enzymes help break down and process carbs, fats and proteins that your dog and cats are eating. They will help dogs and cats that are gassy, burping, loose stools, etc. Digestive enzymes help to break down a dry food which is already hard for you pet to process.Miralax also helps with constipation. My IBD kitty gets a very small amount (1/8 tsp) mixed in with her food, once a day. Some cats do better on 1/4 tsp. Because she doesn’t drink water, and is on a freeze dried raw venison diet, she doesn’t get as much liquid as she needs. Before she was diagnosed, burping was a precursor to diarrhea due to food allergies (mainly chicken).