We have a rescue cat who is a little more than a year old. We recently moved apartments and everything fine till about a month ago. He started getting diarrhea very often. The vet gave him an antibiotic injection and things seemed to improve. His stools became solid and he was eating well again. About 2 days ago the diarrhea returned. He stopped eating wet food all together and I see that his tummy has caved in a little. He still loves egg whites and with a combination of that and Royal Canin kitten food. Any ideas on how we can stop the diarrhea? The moment he eats something he goes and poops all liquid. We boil his water just to be in the safe side.
EDIT: After seeing my boy go through this diarrhea for almost two weeks, daily visits to the vet, stool analysis and an antibiotic course, we finally pinned the reason to his food and specifically Royal Canin dry kibble for kittens. A few weeks ago, there was an outbreak of bird flu in France and as expected there was a shortage of RC food right after that. The next stock that came in looked slightly different and had markings of it being made and sold somewhere in the Middle East. We've since switched to a prescription diet (Farmina Vet Life Gastro-intestinal) for about a month on the vet's orders. His energy has returned and his stool is now nice and firm. Thank you all who tried to help. Much appreciated.