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 »

Cats who throw up and are not eating may be suffering from kidney disease, according to the ASPCA. The ASPCA explains that cats with kidney problems are unable to effectively excrete waste products, leading to a dangerou... More »

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Immediately after vomiting, it is best to wait until the stomach settles a bit before eating. Health.com explains that when a person has an upset stomach, one of the most commonly recommended combinations of foods is ban... More »

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Weight loss, vomiting, increased intake of water, increased urination and decreased appetite are signs of kidney failure in cats, according to Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Mouth ulcers, bad breath, ... More »

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Questions about vomiting, loss of appetite, straining to urinate and cats constantly scratching are some of the most commonly asked, according to WebMD. Weight loss, eyes watering and sticky residue in the corners of the... More »

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The frequency that a cat should be dewormed depends on its potential exposure to parasites, which are usually acquired by exposure to infected rodents, fleas or the feces of infected cats. Some veterinarians recommend a ... More »

Common symptoms of canine illnesses include changes in appetite, changes in behavior or personality and vomiting or diarrhea, according to Pet Health Network. Changes in movement, such as difficulty standing or a stiff g... More »