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Old March 19th, 2013, 08:41 PM
bootcat bootcat is offline
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Thanks so much for your response

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Originally Posted by sugarcatmom View Post
Does sound like possibly scarf-n-barf... although cats can regurgitate food for reasons other than just eating too fast. My recommendation would be to switch her to wet food only. Kibble is actually a really lousy diet for cats, for a number of reasons: www.catinfo.org


I usually stick to grain free, wellness etc. I'll get some wet food tomorrow. Any recommendations?


Was she treated with anything?

No she wasn't, so I assumed it was something in the house she got into but didn't go back.

Do you mean she's smacking or licking her lips? How is her eating today? Lip-smacking can be a sign of nausea. Is she prone to hairballs?
She's a medium hair, so has furballs occasionally but hasnt had one in a while because I've been very good at deshedding. I cant tell if its her lips but its sort of a squishing sound coming from her mouth when she opens/closes it.
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