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My cat vomits after every meal,what should I do.

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Take it to the Vet and make sure there is nothing seriously wrong with it.

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There is a few reasons one is it is overeating so try feeding less at a time but more often or
there is something wrong with its digestion so a visit to a animal doctor would be a good idea
something in the food is irritating the stomach and the cat is vomiting it back out (your cat has an allergy to an ingredient )

Posted on Apr 25, 2017

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