According to FelineCRF.org, vomiting white foam may indicate that a cat is suffering from an excess of stomach acid. The foamy vomit may be clear or white. Foamy vomit is sometimes an early indication that a cat is devel... More »

Foamy white vomit is a sign that a cat is hungry and suffering from a build-up of stomach acid, notes AssistFeed. The phenomenon is known as bilious vomiting and occurs in cats and kittens. It is easily prevented by brea... More »

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While cats often vomit for minor and benign reasons such as eating too quickly or playing too much after a meal, WebMD states that frequent and reoccurring vomiting can indicate colitis, intestinal obstructions, kidney f... More »

Foamy white vomit is a sign that a cat is hungry and suffering from a build-up of stomach acid, notes AssistFeed. The phenomenon is known as bilious vomiting and occurs in cats and kittens. It is easily prevented by brea... More »

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Veterinarians typically prescribe Famotidine to dogs to lower the amount of stomach acid produced, according to petMD. This remedy is used to treat and prevent stomach ulcers, gastritis, esophagitis and gastric or esopha... More »

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There are two reasons a dog may throw up mucus: it may be regurgitating food that is just covered in mucus, or it may be hacking up mucus due to coughing. Generally, if the dog's chest and ribs move visibly while it expe... More »

Possible causes for a dog to throw up blood, called hematemisis, could be irritation of the intestines and a disruption of the dog's esophagus, explains PetMD. Dogs may also vomit blood they swallowed due to mouth injuri... More »

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