I don't know who's ill!
I have 3 cats, all from the same litter at 6 months old now, going on 7.
Someone threw up in the last week twice. I think both times happened in consecutive days. Our kitty Gandalf wasn't wanting to eat any treats, which is a HUGE difference in appetite, so we figured it was him. Yesterday, no one had any problems. Gandalf looked better, he was playing, running around.
Just an hour ago, I cleaned up what looked like kitty puke, but there was a lot of it and it smelled like poo, so I'm figuring it was diarrhea. Today he's drinking, but since I've been home from eating out, he hasn't had much of the kibble or canned food he really likes, and he has a fairly significant appetite.
I feed them Iams 1-12 month old kitten kibble. Only until I joined this forum did I start to realize that this isn't the best food to feed them. But there haven't been any problems until this week. I also gave them some Friskies salmon canned food two days ago that they've had before and liked.
Right now, after the strange maybe-poo incident, everyone's running around, playing, they seem fine. Also, only in the past couple of weeks have I noticed them eating much less than they normally would scarf down as kittens.
They were very, very sick as little kittens and needed tons of medications before they were healthy and could be adopted, which may be that their growth has already begun to slow. They aren't large cats, but are definitely large enough that no one would think them kittens.
Do I just need to create a regular feeding schedule acceptable for their stomachs? I'm thinking of taking them all in soon for check-ups anyway.