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 »

A dog might vomit for a variety of reasons, ranging from eating too quickly, to more serious injuries or illness, according to WebMD. Sudden episodes may be due to a food intolerance, while chronic episodes may stem from... More »

There are several situations that can cause a cat to develop chronic vomiting, according to WebMD. Vomiting may occur if a cat consumes indigestible items such as grass or foreign objects. The cause could be eating too m... 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 »