Try giving him probiotics. They help with the gas. I've had that problem with young cats who have come in from the pine thicket. No idea why though unless there is a food allergy. In my cats' cases it may be the change of food and the (new) regularity of food.
On Dec 12, 2009, at 7:43 PM, <dlg...@windstream.net> wrote:

Harley is sleeping in my arm as i write, passing gas big time. he has done this before and you can smell it all the way across the room. any suggestions as to why? is he eating too fast? gets same food as Dee, Hill's kitten healthy development. Lord have mercy, i love him, but! dorlis

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