Archive for June 27th, 2014
If a cat swallows too much hair, they will vomit a hairball. This is normal and you will be able to see the hair when she vomits. There are remedies to prevent hairballs. Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve noticed that my older cat Molly has been vomiting once in awhile. I noticed that it was not hairballs. There are some culprits that raise my suspicions. I give my cats snacks every evening and because I spoil them, I usually give them a little to many. I noticed that when I give Molly a particular kind of snack, she’ll vomit. This doesn’t happen all the time but I did become a bit concerned. I realized that when I stopped giving her that snack, her vomiting stopped. Sometimes, dairy products or snacks can cause vomiting. Pay attention if your cat begins vomiting. There is usually a logical explanation. If the vomiting is accompanied by diarrhea, or she vomits consistently, there probably is another cause and the cat should be taken to your vet as soon as possible.
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