Vomiting is one of the most common and nonspecific symptoms that a cat can have.
There are several causes of Vomiting: 1. Most commonly cause is harball vomitting. Cats swallow a lot of hair when they comb their own hair with their tongue, which can cause hairball disease over time. By vomiting, the cat will spit out the hairballs. In this case, you can give the cat proper hairy ointment to discharge the hairballs. 2. Diet Problem: If your cat doesn’t vomit very often, only once or twice, it may be because of eating some food by mistake, you can give your cat some probiotics to regulate intestines and stomach. 3. Gastrointestinal Discomfort: If your cat continues to vomit, vomiting several times a day and several days in a row, it may be gastroenteritis, parasites and other gastrointestinal diseases, usually the sick cat will vomit yellow or white liquid. At this severe condition, you need to give you cat anti-inflammatory and deworming treatment. 4. Infectious Diseases: Infectious diseases such as cat Feline Panleukopenia can also cause cats to vomit, accompanied by symptoms such as sticky discharge from the nose, mouth and eyes, loss of appetite, and depression. Once the cat is suspected to have feline panleukopenia, bring it to the doctor for medical examination and treatment immediately.