Vomiting with any type of regularity, isn’t normal although many people have been led to believe that it’s normal for our feline companions to vomit. Vomiting is a symptom of an underlying problem.
The most common causes of vomiting in a cat include:
1) Parasitism
2) Pancreatitis
3) Foreign body ingestion
4) Food allergy
5) Bacterial overgrowth
6) Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
6) Toxin ingestion
7) Urinary obstruction in male cats
In older cats it may also be a symptoms of

8) Intestinal cancer
9) Hyperthyroidism
10) Liver disease including cancer
11) Kidney failure
And more…
Houston Heights Veterinary Clinic
If your feline companion is vomiting, Urban Animal can help. We’ll help you find the underlying cause and develop a treatment plan to control the symptoms and treat the disease. Call to schedule an appointment.

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