Reasons Why Cats VOMIT?
One of the most bizarre things that cats do is vomit. When they are not feeling well, some cats will throw up their food in order to feel better. In this blog post we're going to explore common reasons why your cat might be vomiting and what you should do if it happens.
Cats vomit when they have a hairball that is not being cleared by the grooming process. Cats may also over groom because of anxiety or stress which can lead to hairballs and vomiting. Sick cats will sometimes throw up to relieve some symptoms of their illness, such as nausea from an upset stomach, fever (vomit cools down body temperature), or throwing-up after chemotherapy treatment for cancer cells in his/her mouth. Vomiting might also be due to infection with viruses like feline leukemia virus (FeLV) or bacteria including toxoplasmosis, parvo, coronavirus."
When a cat is stressed, they may vomit and it can be an indicator of illness. Cats sometimes vomit because they groom themselves too much. This may happen if they are sick or anxious. Sometimes when a cat gets sick, it will vomit to relieve the symptoms, such as throwing up after chemotherapy for cancer cells in the mouth.
Cats will also vomit after eating an indigestible item, such as a bone or toy . Cats do not have a reflex in their throat. They cannot get rid of things that are stuck there, so they cannot vomit them up. Vomiting could also be due to viruses and bacteria.
If you give your cat milk, it might make them sick and in turn cause them to vomit. The pH level of six is too high for a cats stomach that can't digest this mixture properly. Cat's don't eat the same things as humans do and thus should not be given any food from our diet or anything containing lactose which also causes problems if they drink milk because their systems are so different than ours .
Cats are the most sensitive creatures on earth. If you're not careful, they'll get upset and throw up all over your floor!
Now that you’ve learned about the possible reasons why your cat might be vomiting, it’s time to put what you just read into action. With this new information in mind, make sure to take any sick cats to the vet as soon as possible so they can get proper treatment.