I don't know about you, but I worry about prescription medicine being too strong for Goma... I did a lot of research on Cisapride and it is banned for humans because it causes fetal complications. They are hard-core medicines and I would love it if I can find more natural way of improving interstitial health.
Cats are like humans, they need a good nutrients, bacteria and fiber in their diet to have a healthy colon. But it is hard to get them in their regular diet. So I decided to supplement his food with Fortiflora Feline Probiotics and a very good quality fiber called Thorne Research - ArabinexVET. My Vet suggested Metamucil but it is for humans and uses processed fiber. This product is especially formulated for animals and has superior quality fiber that are minimally processed, so it works better! I put 1 scoop of FortiFlora and 1/4 table spoon of ArabinexVetin his wet food. I also found Standard Process Feline Enteric Support a very good overall digestive support for cats, this contains a variety of functional foods, both plant and animal, that "feed" the various components of the digestive system. It is good for both diarrea and constipation. I feed Goma 2 pills per day.
Natural Remedies For Cats With Megacolon