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I am sorry she is not feeling well.
Give her one quarter of a ten mg pepcid a/c (famotidine). I usually add it to a tablespoon of baby food chicken with no onion or garlic Or canned cat food.Every 12 hours.
Remove all dry food and any wet with chunks, pieces or shreds.
Feed only smooth pate canned food or baby food.
If she gets dehydrated give her tuna water drained from the can.
Please let me know how she is doing .
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does she have any fever?
What and when did she eat just prior to vomiting?
What food did she eat last night?
Do you have a Christmas tree up?
Could she have ingested tinsel?
Does she ever eat non food items?
Kittens often throw up from dry food or canned with pieces,shreds or chunks.
Is that what she ate?
Lets give her pepcid, wait 30 minutes, feed mild food like canned or baby food and see if she can keep it down.
If she cannot and continues to vomit, she should be seen.
If she can keep it down and does not vomit again, we can treat her at home.
Keep me posted.
Thanks for your very helpful reply.
A normal temp for a cat is 100 - 102.5 so she does not have a fever.
You said she cried in pain....where does she seem to hurt?
Could she feel nauseated?
Can you give her pepcid?
It will settle her stomach.
You can get it OTC in any drug store.