Any problem with the gastrointestinal tract might affect a cat’s weight. First of all, gastrointestinal issues might cause a loss of appetite. Second, some problems with the GI tract prevent it from effectively digesting food and absorbing nutrients, resulting weight loss. Intestinal parasites, inflammatory bowel disease, pancreatitis, and other pancreatic disorders, as well as cancers, are all common GI issues in cats.
Loss of appetite, weight loss, vomiting, diarrhea, tiredness, and other symptoms of GI problems can occur. Deforming the cat could be enough to treat GI parasites. Other gastrointestinal problems usually necessitate medicine and supportive treatment.