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At first I thought for some reason he didn't use his box and the thought puzzled me, but I smelled it and it had only a faint scent of cat food. So I thought maybe it was a hairball and would clear out, his appetite hadn't changed. But he vomited 3-5 more times that day and only pooped one more time. He ate little food. At first the vomit was clear, then once it had food in it, and this morning he has gone to sniff at his food and walked away.
My 14 year old neutered male cat, who is a house cat, vomits clear liquid. While he is wretching he pees. Then he goes and eats and drinks. This happens daily. His behaviour is no different, his appetite hasn't changed.
It appeared to have started with a big hairball, then some food,andnow its a clear liquid. She seems to be in fine spirits and her appetitie is ok. She has always thrown up after eating too much or playing after eating.
My 7 year old Shih Tzu was vomiting for 5 days. He would eat and drink in the evening after I returned home from work & shortly after, vomit. The food was undigested & contained clear liquid. He acted normally--drank water, ate food, ran around playing and did everything he normally does except for the vomiting.
Even when he came home, he truly wasn’t ready to be home. Approx. March 2008, he began vomiting regularly. Mostly this does not consist of food—just foamy clear/white, thick phlegm (?). It seems to be “triggered” by eating, but when he gets going, it takes a very long time for him to stop again. He has made several visits to his regular physician, several visits to the emergency room. His surgeon dilated him 1.5 cm several weeks ago.
Hello all and I have a question regarding my 3 yr old male outdoor/indoor cat. He sometimes will throw up after eating his food if he doesnt chew it enough. Any way tonight I came home from work and he had throw at least 4 diff. times in diff spots. It is brown and liquid like and doesnt seem to have food mixed in with it. Also he usually hops in bed with me but has been sitting by the door to go outside which is unusual.
Today, he is vomiting clear liquid, foam, not eating. I take responsibility. I am worried about these hair-trigger responses to "sue the vet" or what ever care provider is invovled. Sometimes, it was our fault to begin with (hopefully, unintentionally) or just the way it had to be. Stop with the "SUE YOU" mentality already why don't you? And accept things as they are with some appreciation along the way. My cat is still sick.
I have switched both of them to a grain free diet and my other cat has stopped completely but Chloe continues to, though no where near as much. Lately, she has been vomiting every day. It's usually a clear foam or brown liquid. I am in desperate need of help. I feel like I have tried everything. I fear taking her to the vet because they will just recommend a prescription food and give me some big speech about how grains aren't bad for cats when I know my cats don't do well on them at all.
Its nine days since my cat Petal got spayed she didnt get it on her stomach its above her leg ive to bring her in in the morning to get her stitches removed the first night she pulled off her collar and was at her stitches but didnt remove them about the sixth day i decided to let her out which i regret shes got a lump on the area and theirs clear liquid coming out of it im so worried will they have to open up the area again and leave the stitches in for another 10 days
He is four years old and up until now has had no health problems and three days ago threw up a clear liquid. He does this every now and then so i thought nothing of it, but the next day he threw up a lot of dark green liquid twice. I also noticed that i hadn't seen him eat lately, which is really strange because he's constantly at his food bowl. I took him to the vet yesterday and he couldn't find anything wrong with him.
Since than we have been giving her ranitidin and all was fine until a month ago, at that time my mother, who is living with the cat left for a holiday (this might be related or not). Cat stopped eating once again. This time she was tested for HIV and FIV (negative) and given infusion and apaurin and half an hour later she started esting.
Once it was brought under control, they did CAT scans, x-rays and sonograms of my abdominal region. They checked everything! They found nothing. My appendix, galbladder, intestines and stomach appeared normal. They gave me two bags of iv antibiotics and lots of fluids via the iv. I just figured it was viral. The next day I checked out and went home having missed a day of work.
But, this is a prescription food. How old is your cat? Is she indoors 100%? Any other symptoms besides vomiting? How about lethargy, nausea, lack of (or increase in) appetite weight loss, dehydration, limping? The more info you give us, the better it is to assess this issue. But remember, your best choice is to get her to a vet ASAP. In the meantime make sure she drinks plenty of water to prevent dehydration. Congrats on your new baby. Good Luck!
My daughter is two years old and this past Sunday she woke up vomiting. At the time we thought that most likely she had gotten into some bad food because her Father had picked her up a chicken tenders kids meal late that night when the place was about to close. Well she fell back to sleep that morning and when she woke back up she was fine. She was playing and running and laughing all day. She even rode a carousel! Well that night (Sunday)while she was sleeping she threw up again.
The vet said the reason her liver was not affected by the fasting is because she was a lean cat to begin with. Her worst symptoms were isolation, catatonic state, and vomiting and extreme nausea. They are discharging her from the hospital tomorrow with the feeding tube in place and she is not eating on her own yet. The most amazing thing happened today when I visited her. Usually when I visit her she is unresponsive and just stares ahead.
I would call your vet back and bring your cat in to be rechecked. It is imperative to get your cat to eat and drink on her own, because even though the toxin may have passed through her system she could still develop hepatic lipidosis (fatty liver disease). Additionally, perhaps your vet could discover the cause of this problem to help prevent it from recurring.
I have switched both of them to a grain free diet and my other cat has stopped completely but Chloe continues to, though no where near as much. Lately, she has been vomiting every day. It's usually a clear foam or brown liquid. I am in desperate need of help. I feel like I have tried everything. I fear taking her to the vet because they will just recommend a prescription food and give me some big speech about how grains aren't bad for cats when I know my cats don't do well on them at all.
2004, was extremely sick, vomiting, lethargy, the ultrasound showed i had alot of gallstones,(30-40) had it removed by laparscopy, had no problems for 2 weeks, then i experienced nausea 24/7,and then intermittent diarrhea, had a colonoscopy, which was normal, then i had an endoscopy which showed a copius amount of bile in my stomach, was put on welchol and nexium (had some ulcers) did okay for a couple of months, then in june of 2005 i lost 32 lbs in a 3-4 week period, i had no appetite whatsove
For this reason the vet has prescribed Aluminum Hydroxide, it is your basic antiacid but since it only came in liquid form and it would be too stressful to give twice a day to my cat I called a specialty pharmacy and they compounded it into powder in a capsule and I open the capsule up and give it to her twice a day, every 12 hours. This is so she can eat canned foods that may not be "acceptable" in the levels of Phosphorus, etc..
I gave my cat amoxicillin and she started drooling instantly. I was foamy and clear and lasted for about 2 minutes. Is this normal or is it an allergic reaction?
He continued throwing up for the rest of Sunday and Monday morning. Obviously he only began throwing up white or clear liquid since he had nothing left in him. I took him to the vet on Monday and they said they couldn't feel any blockage and his temperature was fine. They gave him a shot to calm his stomach. Since then, he hasn't thrown up but he still won't eat. He is drinking a little water but that's it.
and couple hours later another one more clear liquid. Then today. same things again. puke with food in the morning, another brownish thick liquid, then evening another yellowish liquid puke. But this 2days he is JUST acting normal as usual day. plays, chasing around his sister etc. but if there is another puking, then I think I should take him to a vet?
Nearly 2 year old neutered short hair male Indoor Only cat (we rescued as very ill 2 month old Outdoor foundling kitten when he wandered up from local Creek). Strong possibility was at least half feral due to many feral cats in our rural area. Had severe eye, ear, bronchial infections, mouth ulcers, and rampant ringworm. Negative for feline HIV or feline leukemia when tested. Spent small fortune to make well.
What does the dr say? Why clear liquids? I had a lot of nausea, but not so much pain. I'm so sorry he's having to go thru this..
I have had so many tests I may not remember them all---bloodwork (multiple times), ultrasounds on gallbladder, liver, kidneys, CAT/CT scan, barrium swallow, intravaginal ultasound, MRI, stool test, anxiety tests,etc. All Clear. The vomiting occurs especially in the morning & is extremely dibilitating to live with, as it is very tiring to throw up for the 1st few hrs u are awake and then proceed to go to work.
The doctor gave me a CAT scan, said I had diverticulosis, a prescription for antibiotics and sulfur, a pat on the head, told me to check with my doctor.. My doctor ordered another CAT scan two weeks later which was pretty clear. She gave some handouts. Worse one was on January 12,. I retched so hard I felt pressure behind my eyeballs and cheek bones. Again very little came up. My ribs are sore from retching.. Everything I read says pain is the main symptom for this condition.
His persistence is amazing. I am a cat person and I can picture him doing his. I had a beloved male cat many years ago who used to get up on the back of my chair and massage my neck - almost every time I sat down. It turns out that with my chiari diagnosis, my neck pain is the most significant. Sweet Leo May be trying to make you feel better.
A couple of hours later I noticed that he was acting weak and having a hard time walking. I tried to separate him and get him to eat after he started vomiting liquid. After a few hours he was unable to stand up. He started having seizures shortly after that. Hours later my neighbor informed me of another of my cats was trapped under a car. I retrieved the cat only to find it to was paralyzed and suffering from seizures. Shortly later they both passed.
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