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Old August 5th, 2014, 08:42 AM
mischa91 mischa91 is offline
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Chronic vomiting

I'll start off by saying the vet is coming out Friday to check my cat out (and clean teeth for both of my kitties)

So having said that, my little female cat vomits more than i would consider normal for a cat, most of the time i don't find the cause and it goes away with home treatment. She's also terrified of the vet, to the point where she screams and would need to be sedated to be examined. So she gets seen when it's absolutely necessary by a lovely woman who comes out to the house.

She's been vomiting for a few days now, is off her food and last night i came home to a remaking of the exorcist, green projectile vomit everywhere! My comforter was so bad i had to throw it away.

I'm sort of at my wits end with her, she's 9 and has been like this her whole life. Does anyone else have a cat who vomits like this?

I'm hoping that on Friday the vet can find a cause, but no one else has been able too. They all say 'impaction' and 'lets give her an enema' but green bile doesn't suggest something stuck to me. I honestly hope that there's a cause and i can get medication for her but i'm not sure she could stand lots of testing without having a complete meltdown.
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