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What to do when my cat is vomiting

Common causes of vomiting in cats include food allergies, infection, worms, poisoning, and tumors.

Food Allergies: If you see your cat constantly vomiting after eating, it’s possible that he has a food allergy. If this is the case, please read the article on food allergies in cats. If you suspect that your cat is suffering from a food allergy, try a new food and see if the problem goes away.

If you see your cat constantly vomiting after eating, it’s possible that he has a food allergy. If this is the case, please read the article on food allergies in cats. If you suspect that your cat is suffering from a food allergy, try a new food and see if the problem goes away. Infection: Your cat may be suffering from an infection of the stomach or intestines. If this is the case, please read the article on gastroenteritis in cats.

Your cat may be suffering from an infection of the stomach or intestines. If this is the case, please read the article on gastroenteritis in cats. Worms: If your cat vomits up worms, please read the article on parasites in cats.

If your cat vomits up worms, please read the article on parasites in cats. Tumors: Your cat could be suffering from a tumor in the stomach or intestines. If this is the case, please read the article on tumors in cats.

Your cat could be suffering from a tumor in the stomach or intestines. If this is the case, please read the article on tumors in cats. Poisoning: In the event that your cat has eaten something poisonous, he may be suffering from poisoning. If this is the case, please read the article on poisoning and the symptoms.

What to do:

It is important to keep your cat hydrated. If the vomiting is severe, you may want to increase the amount of water that he drinks. If your cat has a severe diarrhea, he may need to be on a special diet. You may also want to consult your veterinarian about giving him an anti-diarrheal.

If the vomiting is severe, you may want to increase the amount of water that he drinks. If your cat has a severe diarrhea, he may need to be on a special diet. You may also want to consult your veterinarian about giving him an anti-diarrheal. If the vomiting is mild, he may be able to eat a couple of treats.

If the vomiting is mild, he may be able to eat a couple of treats. If your cat is vomiting regularly, it’s a good idea to consult your veterinarian. He may be suffering from an illness that can be treated and/or prevented.

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