It is quite common for cats to vomit once in a while, especially if your cat is an outdoorsy kitty who could have eaten something bad without your supervision. This kind of vomiting should not scare you since it stops as quickly as it came.
So, when should you be concerned about your cat vomiting? If you notice that your feline buddy is vomiting several times within a week, this is a sign that everything is not okay, and you need to take your cat to the vet.
Other Signs To Watch Out For
Aside from increased frequency of vomiting, you should also take your cat to the vet for vomiting if your cat is also showing some other signs of illness.
Some of the signs you need to watch out for include loss of appetite, diarrhea, pain and distress, bloody stool, bloody vomit, weakness and lethargy, fever, or abdominal pain.
You should also take your cat to the vet for vomiting if they’ve not been able to take any water for more than 12 hours, if your notice any worms in your cat’s vomit, or if the vomiting cat has already been diagnosed with an illness like hyperthyroidism, kidney disease, or diabetes.