Question by  kungfukid (1241)

Should I be concerned about my cat vomiting?

She vomits once a day.


Answer by  kitty2 (25)

She may need different food, hairball medicine, or some other sort of medication. It would be advisable to check with a vet to see what would be good.


Answer by  YouKnowMyName (32)

Cats tend to vomit pretty regularly and usually it is nothing serious. Does your cat have constant access to food, or do you place food in front of her? Hungry cats tend to bolt their food, and often their stomachs reject it. Cats also regurgitate hairballs, which is also normal.


Answer by  timmsa (577)

When they have upset stomachs they eat grass which causes them to throw up. Contact your vet and talk to them. She could be having digestive problems.


Answer by  ramoskenneth285 (631)

If your cat is vomiting,you should not be so concerned,because like other animals there are load of undigested food in their belly that needs to throw up in the floor.There are some reasons why your cat is vomiting like kidney disease and diabetes.If your cat vomit with blood try to consult it in a veterinarian.


Answer by  Dreamlight (856)

There are many reasons for a cat to vomit. If the cat is old or has a delicate system then certain foods should be avoided. Ham is definitely a trigger for that. There could be a more serious condition, but look into diet before jumping to conclusions.


Answer by  swanee (202)

Sometimes cats throw up because they have hairballs or they've overeaten. Don't worry too much about it 'as long as your cat is eating and drinking.' It's important to monitor your cats activities if she is throwing up. If the vomiting gets worse you should take her to the vet.

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