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Yesterday wen i came from work... i fed my cat and she vomited the food back with a rubber band( one u use to tie up ur hair). i was shocked coz she likes to play with them but has never eaten anything which is not suppose to be eaten but anyways i was glad coz it was out of her tummy.

Today wen i came from work... i went to the washroom and wen i came out i saw her eating something and instantly i tried to get it out of her mouth but i cudn't and m sure it was another rubber band that my lil sis left in room. It has been 45 mins... What should i do to induce vomiting? i called my vet and he said she'll vomit on her own or pass it out in her poop.
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I would take your vet's advice but keep a close eye on her over the next few hours. I don't know how to induce vomiting in cats & I'm not sure if it's a good idea. Other people here might have better advice.
I really hope she's ok, one of my cats will steal hairbands & play with them. I caught her eating one recently & managed to get it out of her mouth. Now I keep them out of her way. It's not easy though, our little feline friends are often determined to have their own way.
Let us know how she is.
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