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I recently brought a new seven month old cat home is fixed and he is super cute playful I noticed his belly was kinda of bloated so i am assuming he has round worms i went and bought him some worm meds from petsmart and im going to repeat the treatment in 10 days, i am just worried they're not going to go away does any one have advice?
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I would take him to the vet to be checked out. It is better to be safe than sorry later. There could be more wrong with the kitten, you never know.
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I recently brought a new seven month old cat home is fixed and he is super cute playful I noticed his belly was kinda of bloated so i am assuming he has round worms i went and bought him some worm meds from petsmart and im going to repeat the treatment in 10 days, i am just worried they're not going to go away does any one have advice?
Please don't give your kitten any more of that stuff from petsmart. Probably won't work and there's a good chance it will make your cat sick, those kinds of OTC products are not safe for cats.

As the other poster said, your kitten needs to be taken to the vet and be properly diagnosed and treated.

There are many things that can cause bloating of the stomach.
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