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Old May 8th, 2013, 11:10 PM
Mom2Kitty Mom2Kitty is offline
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I second everyone who suggested just not giving your cat kibble at all. But, I will add that I had this problem with my cat, Kitty. She would eat so fast and then throw up kibble that had not been chewed at all. I did two things that made a big difference. One, I stopped using a cat bowl. I started using a little shallow baking pan (the one that came with my toaster oven.) I would spread the kibble out on that and it REALLY slowed down the speed of Kitty's eating. I also did not sit the pan directly on the floor. I placed it on a platform that was 2-3 inches high. My 'platform' was just an overturned plastic food container that was a couple inches deep.
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