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Unread 05-16-2007   #1 (permalink)
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Default i have an 8 month old cat billy and since yesterday hes being sick bringing up...

...his food? its the food he normaly has. whiskers in jelly pouchesplease help
 
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He has a Digestive Disorder. Take him to a Vet
 
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It's a good idea to take him to the vet very quickly. Puppies and kittens dehydrate very quickly (within 24 hours), because they bring up food and liquid.+++
 
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2 common problems cause cat vomiting (assuming he's otherwise normal and healthy): the first is fleas--cats lick themselves to clean their coat, and if there are fleas they end up ingesting them and they can make them vomit. So the first thing I'd do is treat him with Advantage or Revolution. You also need to treat your house, since the fleas will have migrated to anywhere hospitable and will return to pester your cat when the treatment wears off. We like Flea Busters powder for house treatment. The second thing that commonly causes vomiting is hairballs. Again, when grooming, cats, especially long-haired varieties, tend to swallow hair. You should treat that with a hairball lubrication product like Laxatone. If there are any other signs of illness, you should immediately take him to the vet. You should also check for pet food recalls on your food, which has caused a lot of severe kidney disease in cats, and if your food falls into the recall list (check dates, etc. to know if yours was affected) you need to get your cat to the vet TODAY. That situation is life-threatening.
 
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Don't ask us, go to a vet of some sort. Maybe that food he's been eating he just can't handle anymore. My cat does that, and sometimes it's because she ate grass. But my best asnwer would be to go see a vet. Hope everything works out!
 
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Some cats will gulp their food down like piggies without chewing and the food will sometimes come up again.But with the recent poisoned pet food scare, I would take the cat to the vet.
 
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he proberly has hairballs and need to be put on a special diet try giving him some dry food iams makes a special formula just for that
 
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