A cat may vomit up blood for a number of reasons, including foreign bodies, such as hairballs; parasites, such as heartworms; and liver or kidney disease, according to Banfield Pet Hospital. Any vomiting indicates a pote... More »

Gastric erosion, peptic ulcers and stomach cancer can cause someone to vomit blood, according to WebMD, Mayo Clinic and the American Cancer Society. All three conditions also cause pain and digestive problems. More »

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Vomiting can be a sign of the presence of irritants or obstructions in the gastrointestinal tract, the presence of poison, drugs or toxins in the body that stimulate the chemoreceptor trigger zone in the brain or an imba... More »

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Siamese cats are known for their streamlined, slender bodies, large ears and striking blue eyes. The coat of the Siamese cat is very fine and has four main colors: chocolate, lilac, blue and seal. Another identifying fea... More »

One of the most common reasons why a cat can't stop sneezing is an infection. Allergies or breathing in irritants are other reasons why a cat would sneeze. If a cat continues to sneeze, it's best to take the cat to a vet... More »

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According to the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, cats typically urinate on the bed for a few reasons, such as underlying medical issues, an aversion to the litter box or simply a preference for urinati... More »

Cats lick their own hair, or fur, and the fur of other cats for a variety of reasons, including grooming, cooling off and bonding. Cats spend 50 percent of the time they are awake licking themselves. More »