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Vienna, as a rule laxatives aim to make the stools softer, f ex by inhibiting resorption of water through the intestine. Some also act as stimulants, causing the intestines to contract.

With cats I think surgery is a viable option, vets have to do it a lot during Christmas because cats tend to ingest tinsel and gift-ribbons etc. And they don’t chew thoroughly like buns do, so they’re apt to get blockages.

More vibes for Kyle!