My Cat Is Vomiting – When Hairballs Aren’T The Cause Of Cat Vomiting
Perhaps you’ve watched your cat gulp down his chow quickly (like a dog!), then drink a lot of water(like a dog!), then he jumped up on the bed for a nap(like a cat). He wakes up and jumps off the bed — whoops — your cat is vomiting his dinner all over the floor.
If he gives the mess a disdainful glare and sits down in front of the cat food bowl looking for more food, you don’t need to be too concerned. Your cat simply had a load of undigested food in his belly and landed on the floor too hard which caused him to throw up his dinner. While overeating and cat hairballs commonly cause cat vomiting, here are some other reasons why your cat is vomiting and how you should react to them.
1) Swallowing a foreign object, like a plant that irritates the stomach; or dental floss or string, that has tangled itself inside his intestine