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Old 02-16-2011, 10:27 AM
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My cat doesn`t vomit very much but since yesterday, she started to more than once. I had let her outside and then she came back in. After that, she vomited one time. After awhile she did it again but it was just bile. Last night she ate a bit with no problem.Then very early this morning she threw up twice but it was just bile not food. So far this morning she has eaten a little food with no problems but we`ll see.

She does eat grass and sometimes if she eats to much she`ll throw it up and will be done with it.This seems to be different. I was thinking that whatever she ate outside could have made her sick but I don`t know for sure. She mainly stays around my house and I haven't ever had a problem like this. Any ideas on why a cat would be throwing up continuasly when it`s just bile?
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Old 02-16-2011, 06:15 PM
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Again as has said here before, if you can, please alert your vet to this. If it were mine I'd call asap. A few vomits are ok occasionally but not if consistent, as this seems to be getting. Please call your vet & ask them at least their thoughts. Again, I think the cat needs to be seen by vet asap but I'm not medically trained in vet meds, thus wouldn't know for sure.

Please keep us posted.
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Old 02-16-2011, 10:18 PM
Location: Chapel Hill, N.C.
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my dog urps bile once in awhile but I think it is because she hasn't eaten when she needs to. The cats try to eat her dry kibble since I started feeding the cats wet. When the dog sees the cats at her kibble bowl, she will not interrupt them. She's too shy and sweet. Sometimes I have to sit on the floor with the dog to make sure she get enough to eat.
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Old 02-23-2011, 08:47 PM
Location: California
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If your cat is having severe abdominal pain, thirst, or has a temperature take it to a vet now. Please keep kitty inside so it doesn't ingest something more harmful, which you would know about by now. We also have coyotes in my area as well as some agressive tom cats so please be firm and keep them inside they need your attention and stroking more than being outside. Keep us posted.
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Old 02-24-2011, 11:40 AM
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Take it to the doctor right now!
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Old 02-24-2011, 03:23 PM
Location: Matthews, NC
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Situations like this can be frustrating because you go to the vet and they charge a boatload of money for xrays but almost never tell you anything conclusive. However, it is worth it to make sure that everything is OK for your pet.
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