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Unread 11-20-2015   #1 (permalink)
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Default Unanswered: My cat seems to regurgitate

Hi guys. My cat seems to regurgitate more often lately with no food or liquid coming out. More like a dry heeve. Can anyone tell me why and if you have any recommendations. Thanks
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Regurgitation is the expulsion of food shortly after eating.

What you describe does not sound like regurgitation.

How often does this happen and when did it start?

What kind of diet are you feeding him? Has he always had the same type of diet?

How are his toilet habits?

How old is he?

Your best bet is to take your cat to the vet. If possible get some video footage of a few of these episodes to show the vet.
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Some cats will regurgitate food simply because they have eaten too much at one sitting. Their stomachs are full and food backs up into the esophagus. Try feeding just a small amount, a couple of tablespoons or an amount about the size of a walnut. Wait thirty minutes. If it doesn't come back up, then feed some more.
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