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MY CAT is bean vomit for three days one time per day

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MY CAT is bean vomit for three days one time per day
Hello. My name isXXXXX will be happy to help you. I will need you to answer a few questions, though, so I can better assess your specific situation.

How is her appetite and activity level?

What does the vomitus look like?

Any diarrhea?

Any recent change in diet, new treats, given human food or gotten into the trash or plants?

If you press on her abdomen from both sides, is she painful or uncomfortable?

To ensure you get the information you need, are there any specific questions you have?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.


Customer: replied 3 years ago.

THE Appetite is good no diarrhea no change food no pain
how the vomitus looks like food is olmost l comes out

whole and after she vomitus she go and eat more food

Thanks for the information. Most likely, you are not dealing with a serious issue here. It could just be something she ingested that is upsetting her stomach. If she could outside at all, she may have picked up a parasite or swallowed something out there. Very commonly, cats can develop a mild inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), gastric reflux or a dietary sensitive/allergy, even to something they have been eating for a while. I would try a very bland diet of a small amount of boneless, skinless chicken breast and rice. Canned tuna or salmon may be okay if not eating any chicken (more bland). I would do that for a couple days after the vomiting stops, then slowly introduce her regular diet back. If the vomiting restarts or she continues to vomit, it would be good to have your vet take a look at her. There is not a lot you can give a cat at home that would be safe. The safest thing would be Pepcid (2.5mg per 10lbs of body weight daily). That may help if there is some gastric reflux. Please let me know if you have any other questions or concerns. Hope this helps.

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