Why Is My Cat Throwing Up?

If you own a cat, the sound is known to you. (Adjook it – you get chills by reflecting it.) And you also know that somewhere at home, low carpets or unseemned bedspreads are in imminent danger. Your cat vomits. Again.

Unfortunately, vomiting is something many cats occasionally, usually in the presence of guests. It does not suggest, though, that you can reach the carpet shampoo and forget it. It is essential to know why cats vomit and when you might need to consult your veterinarian.


Throwing up or vomit, arrives when the stomach decides that it does not want something that the cat swallows. He shows his dissatisfaction by passing under contraction with force and throwing his contents high and aside (Hence the term “vomiting”).

This is different from the regurgitation that does not imply all that these painful muscle contracts. Regurgitation is also observed in some cats and usually occurs within minutes after eating. Think of it as a comment of your feline food criticism, delivered in the form of undigested things stuck in its esophagus.

81% of cat owners say that their cats have had digestive problems recently or in the last six months.

When cats vomit, the process is much more physical. And audible. Involving a lot of necks and gagging tense. At this point, your cat could pick you up – after all, a performance like this certainly deserves an audience. The cause of all these theaters? Usually, it is Stomach irritation. This will happen if too much food is consumed by your pet. or getting away too quickly.

.When kittens stand up to play after a big dinner, the activity can lead to vomiting. If you have more than one kitten, feed them separately or give your little kitten meals usually take care of the problem.

Sometimes cats eat indigestible things (such as grass), which can cause vomiting. Spoiled food is another culprit, just like humid food too cold. (If you serve your refrigerated wet food cat, try to let it take the ambient temperature first.) And, of course, no discussion of this fascinating subject would be complete without a mention of this catalyst vomit feline single – hairballs. In essence, if it irritates the lining of the stomach, you must leave. And if things work with your cat’s digestive system, it will be.


So, when should you worry (and not only disgusted) by the vomiting of your cat? If your cat throws only once or twice and seems normal before and after, it’s probably not serious – unless a Persian carpet is involved. If your cat has eaten something dangerous, call your veterinarian immediately. Same if it frequently vomits, not just after the meals, and seems without a list or punishment, as it can be a sign of illness or illness or a question of the parasite.

If you see blood in your cat’s vomiting, it’s a sign of bleeding somewhere between the mouth and the upper intestinal. If your cat’s vomit is even more military than usual because it looks and smells like cocoa, it could be a sign of something serious. In both cases, make an emergency call to your veterinarian.

The good news is that vomiting is caused by something recent most of the time and milking. Although this does not make it less offensive, it means that most likely, with the help of your veterinarian, your cat will recover both his health and dignity quickly. I hope the same thing will be right for your carpets.