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Not All Cat Vomiting Requires A Trip To The Vet
Consider Using Natural Remedies To Stop A Cat Throwing Up

Sick cat throwing upCat vomiting doesn't always warrant a trip to the vet. More often than not your cat is just getting rid of a hairball. If you don't notice a small wad of fur in the vomit, then you should look for other clues that might mean a trip to the vet.

If you notice a these conditions get your cat to the vet immediately

  • If you suspect poisoning

  • Blood in the vomit

  • You cat is drowsy or listless

  • A foreign object in the vomit

  • Diarrhea or the belly swells

Too much dinner?

Does this sound familiar? Your cat loads up on her  favorite meal, drinks lots of water and then charges about the room jumping  down off the back of the couch...oops out comes Grilled Tuna & Whitefish!
Most meat eating animals can expel the stomach contents when it is disagreeable. Sometimes you'll even find a blade of grass in her vomit. You may find this perplexing if your cat loves to eat cat grass. Apparently it helps her upchuck when her tummy is upset.

 Cat hairballs are the #1 cause of cat vomiting. Overeating or overdrinking often causes cat vomiting too.

Cat vomiting can also be due to more dismal conditions than hairballs and pig-outs.

If there are other behavior changes in your cat or kitten, like refusing to eat, she doesn't move or play, then there may be other conditions complicating her life. Not the least of which may be a physical condition like worms, poisoning or even a cat allergy symptom.

Chronic cat vomiting

Cats that throw up infrequently, maybe once or twice a month, but do it regularly and show no other signs of illness often suffer from inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).  However, if your cat throwing up occurs in conjuntion with excessive drinking and urination she may have kidney disease, diabetes, hyperthyroidism or even heartworm disease.

  • Change in diet

  • Swallowed a foreign object

  • Eating a plant that irritates the stomach lining

  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease

  • Pancreatitis

  • Diabetes

  • Kidney disease

  • Hyperthyroidism

 

Err on the side of caution and talk with your veterinarian about your cat's throwing up.  Your vet will run a series of test to help pinpoint the problem.  Once you have a better idea on the cause, you can review treatment options.

There are a number of things that you can do to prolong the healthy functioning of your cat's  kidneys, liver and to strengthen her immune system.   Make sure that your pet always has access to fresh, clean water. Make sure that your cat has access to a clean litter tray, so that she  does not have to hold the urine in for unnecessarily long periods of time.

More and more, vets and cat care givers are turning to herbal remedies that are a combination of specially selected herbs known for their ability to cleanse and purify the system, support immune functioning, and maintain liver health.

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