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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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 »

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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New kitten owners should know that their pet needs regular attention and affection, time to play, interactive toys, proper nutrition and a slow introduction to other pets. Meeting a kitten's needs ensures it stays safe, ... More »

Illness, vaccinations, unfamiliar surroundings and psychological issues are some causes for a cat to avoid eating, explains WebMD. One of the first outward signs of feline illness is a loss of appetite, so it is importan... More »

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Itching after a cat scratch is likely due to an allergic reaction to proteins in the cat's saliva, according to WebMD. Outside cats can also bring in pollen, mold and other allergens that can cause an allergic reaction. More »

A few signs of feline asthma are persistent coughs, wheezing and labored breaths, according to WebMD. Opening the mouth while breathing is another symptom. Felines that exhibit lethargy and general weakness need medical ... More »

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