My cattery is doing very well BUT... I have the problem of having frequent soft stools from the kittens and parents.
The kittens vary from 9 weeks to 7 weeks to 5 weeks.
They are all Persians.
All 3 mothers and father were tested for all and any disease prior to mating and all have a clean bill of health.
I have been giving all kittens Strongid-T ever since they have been 2 weeks of age and of course the mothers as well since they clean them.
I have done and paid for a multitude of fecal tests on different cats and kittens where the samples were sent off to a lab... nothing came out of it. There is no micro-bacteria or virus in any of the fecal sample.
They are eating well and are on Kitten Pro.
THe cattery is disinfected every other day, there litters are cleaned twice daily, water is filtered water...
I've been spending countless amounts of money of tests, Fortiflora and Florentero to help them get through this. Even though it is on and off.... I am worried.
Kittens have been adopted and are now living with their new families where there too they have the same issue and they remained on Kitten 36 (same as the start kits).
I am at my wits end... Some may not see this as a major issue... but I do. It is bad for their intestinal wall, because of the soft stools, they often step in it OR it does get stuck in their bum and thigh coat which we clean every time of course...
Can any one help?
If you tell me to do another test on them... I will scream!
Like I said... there is no test left to do on these guys unless you can think of something that the lab has not.
Thank you for your time.