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Vomiting (cat)

It is not natural for a cat to routinely vomit – even “just hairballs.” The cat may need more grooming and/or change its diet. Vomiting after eating means it is too difficult for your cat’s system to rehydrate its dry food and digest starches. Their system is rejecting it because it is too dry, the wrong pH or too processed. If your cat vomits up a liquid that is bright yellow or green it is likely getting rid of excess bile and acids between meals (if this happens once or twice don’t worry, but if this occurs frequently something is wrong, even if it’s just the feeding schedule). For assistance click our consultation box.

It is not natural for a cat to routinely vomit – even “just hairballs.” The cat may need more grooming and/or change its diet. Vomiting after eating means it is too difficult for your cat’s system to rehydrate its dry food and digest starches. Their system is rejecting it because it is too dry, the wrong pH or too processed. If your cat vomits up a liquid that is bright yellow or green it is likely getting rid of excess bile and acids between meals (if this happens once or twice don’t worry, but if this occurs frequently something is wrong, even if it’s just the feeding schedule). For assistance click our consultation box.

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