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Posted by: Should I be worried? | 2009/06/11

My one cat throws up. Not constantly about just over a couple of times a month.

Hi,

I own two cats and the one cat randomly throws up a couple of times or more a month. The amount that comes out is a concern as it is quite a large amount. It is not the food i use as i have been through three brands with the same effect.

Her(the cat) behaviour is other wise normal and she does not appear ill in any way.

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No

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Posted by: Carol | 2009/06/11


Could possibly be hairballs or she is catching and eating rats ... try a hairball remedy.

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