Just like a human being, a cat may vomit if it eats food too fast, engages in vigorous activity soon after eating or it experiences health complications, according to WebMD. If your cat shows other symptoms like dullness... More »

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To care for a cat that vomits after eating, do not give it food until it has stopped vomiting for 12 to 24 hours. Check the cat's vomiting frequency, bowel movement and behavior. If vomiting continues, consult a veterina... More »

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Veterinarians recommend giving a cat no food for 12 to 24 hours if it is experiencing diarrhea. However, the cat needs a lot of fresh water to avoid dehydration. It's also recommended to give the cat unflavored electroly... More »

Veterinarians recommend giving a cat no food for 12 to 24 hours if it is experiencing diarrhea. However, the cat needs a lot of fresh water to avoid dehydration. It's also recommended to give the cat unflavored electroly... More »

To care for a cat that vomits after eating, do not give it food until it has stopped vomiting for 12 to 24 hours. Check the cat's vomiting frequency, bowel movement and behavior. If vomiting continues, consult a veterina... More »

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Factors that cause cats to cough include allergies, asthma, infection, worms and disease, according to WebMD. Airway restrictions, such as a tight collar, or conditions that cause inflammation can result in ongoing cough... More »

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When a cat loses its voice, a likely cause is laryngitis, according to WebMD. Cats can develop laryngitis from excessive meowing, or they may be suffering from anxiety or stress. Laryngitis is a condition that causes sev... More »