If, in addition to vomiting, your cat also has diarrhea and shows signs of being unwell, this is always a sign that the cat is seriously ill. If the cat does not recover within two days or if its condition worsens, you should definitely take it to the vet. Because the cat can lose too much liquid and suffer from life-threatening dehydration. The veterinarian will examine the animal and prescribe an appropriate remedy.
When looking for causes of gastrointestinal problems in your cat, consider their current living conditions. Stress, the side effects of medication or a vaccination can also affect the animal’s gastrointestinal tract. In these cases, feeding an easily digestible bland meal or bland cat diet will help.
After your cat has lived with you for a while, you will soon become familiar with it and be able to distinguish between its normal behavior and an illness. So most of the time, if your cat vomits, it’s completely harmless and nothing to worry about.
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