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Feline Psychogenic Vomiting and Regurgitation — 5 Comments

  1. THE CAT I CALL MY RUNAWAY SIBERIAN CAT HAS BEEN VOMITING MORE THAN HE USUALLY DOES SO I TOOK HIM TO THE VET SHE GAVE HIM A WORMING PILL AND THINKS HE MAY HAVE A TRAPPED FURBALL BUT COULDN’T FEEL IT SO GAVE HIM AN INJECTION TO PASS IT THROUGH HIS SYSTEM IF IT I S THAT AND SOME STUFF TO PUT ON HIS FOOD TO SETTLE HIS TUMMY.IT DOES SOUND LIKE ITS CAUSED BY THE STRESS I THINK HE HAD IN HIS YOUNG LIFE AS HE IS STILL QUITE NERVOUS BEING INDOORS AND OF GABBY WHO GOES FOR HIM NOT AS MUCH AS SHE DID AND NOISES. I’LL NEVER TAME HIM AS HE STILL GOES OUT AT NIGHT HUNTING BUT HE COMES TO ME NOW FOR A STROKE AROUND HIS NECK.I’M GIVING HIM BOILED CHICKEN BREAST AND WHITE FISH BY THE VETS RECOMENDATIONS SO THAT MAY HELP.

  2. Cats are vey complex creatures and stress can actually make them prone to vomiting.
    I don’t think cats should be given sedatives if it can be avoided, they can’t tell us how the side effects are making them feel. We have to sort out the reason they are stressed and put that right.
    That poor kitten Marc, it’s awful how some people dump them, I hope he or she goes on Ok, poor little soul.

  3. Luckily mine only vomit when they eat grass and bugs. My ex just picked up a black kitten in a garbage dump who is cross eyed – its highly possible this kitten will be coming to live with me but this was only yesterday so we will see.

    She is using the tactic of giving her a box with blankets and food etc – all it needs to be able to watch whats going on and get used to it. The other cats are in another part of the flat for now.

    Hopefully the kitten will calm down a bit. It’s used to living outside so it could be difficult. It just got very cold out so its nice and warm for a change and hopefully appreciates that.

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