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Hello Lois, I'm Dr. Deb. I'll do my best to help you today.I can understand your concern for Bella since there's always the potential for an obstruction or a perforation in the gastrointestinal tract for these cats who eat inappropriate objects such as wires or plastic.However, if she's active, eating normally, not persistently vomiting nor showing any abdominal pain, then I probably wouldn't be too worried about her...not yet anyway.It doesn't take much to trigger vomiting in a cat so if she's the one who's responsible for the spots on your rug, it may not have anything to do with what she ate as long as she's not non-stop vomiting or nauseous soon after she eats.I'd probably continue to monitor her at this time although I might give her (or whichever cat you think threw up) over the counter Famotidine (Pepcid AC) which may help. The dose would be 1/4th of a 10 mg tablet twice a day.I hope this helps. Deb