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    How to Help a Cat Not Throw Up

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    Vomiting cats are a very common, and a serious topic between cats' owners. It's not a very dangerous thing to happen, yet it could turn into a dangerous subject. Noticing your cat vomiting means that your cat has some digestion and bad feeding problems.

    If your cat vomits food only once from a while, you could make her stop by following these steps. But if your cat keeps vomiting, and sometimes, vomiting blood, take her to a vet immediately.


     Understand why cats vomit.
    • Poor quality food, small amounts, and hard-digestion food could cause to your cat to vomit. If you feed your cat bad quality food/small amounts of food/food that are hard to digest, this could be the reason why your cat vomit.
    • Before buying your cat's food, check the food you're buying, and search online about your cat's food-making company to make sure that it's a trusted company and that their food quality is a good one.
    • Always feed your cat good amounts of food. Small amounts of food mean small amounts from protein, and protein is important to keep your cat from vomiting repeatedly.
    • There is some hard food to digest, such as a bird's eyes, wings, head, etc. Always take off these parts from your cat's food.
    • Your cat might be allergic to some food. Take your cat to a vet, and see what food your cat is allergic to, and avoid feeding her this kind of food.
    • Your cat might be allergic to some food. Take your cat to a vet, and see what food your cat is allergic to, and avoid feeding her this kind of food.
    2  Keep an eye on your cat while she is eating. Usually, cat's vomit after or while she is eating. If you noticed that she is making some voices, just like if she was suffocating, this might be a sign that she is going to vomit. Carry her slowly to an open place where she can smell the fresh air, which will help her not to vomit. Go to a near small garden or such, but keep in mind that your cat might vomit after all, so be near to a garbage can in that garden so that you don't pollute that garden.

    3  Rub your cat's tummy. Extend your hand to your cat's tummy, and start rubbing it slowly. Don't be afraid that your cat might bite you or scratch you. If you have adopted this cat from a while, and you did it before, then you could do it again. If you never rubbed her tummy before, understand that the cat is in pain and that she doesn't have enough power to scratch you.
    • Be very, very careful while doing this. If you pressed hard in any second, she might vomit. Her stomach gets really sensitive at this time, and any over-pressing could lead her to vomit.
    4 Talk to your cat. Your cat could understand what you're saying, and she could get relaxed if you kept talking to her. Keep telling her that it's okay and that it's normal. Avoid looking worried, because that could make your cat worried too, which might make her vomit easily. Remember to keep rubbing while talking.
    See if she is getting better. If she seemed relaxed, wait for a while until you are sure that she won't vomit, and take her home. Then, remove food and water from 12 to 24 hours. Then, give her some chicken breasts, and every time, decrease the number of chicken breasts and increase the amount of normal cat's food.


  • Be alerted as vomiting could be a sign of lots of serious cats' diseases.

  • How to Help a Cat Not Throw Up
    How to Help a Cat Not Throw Up