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tutter&Kate
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posted 02-23-2003 07:43 PM           Edit/Delete Message
Hi,
Hope someone can help. I just got two kittens from a shelter, we got them the same day they got their with there mom, one boy and one girl, the girl is doing great, but the boy on the other hand has thrown up three times since Friday after he eats not right after and its just food it looks to be broke down , he acts fine other than that, he runs and plays ,purrs ect. do you think he is sick or maybe hes eating to much or change in food. Help please.

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Sara
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posted 02-26-2003 01:30 PM           Edit/Delete Message
Hopefully by now your kitty isn't throwing up anymore. I don't think it's that uncommon for cats to throw up. Maybe he's just trying to get rid of a hairball. More likely though, he's just adjusting to his environment and new happy home. I wouldn't worry. One of my cats throws up a couple times a week right after he eats. He's fine otherwise and runs and plays. I think he just either eats too fast or gets overly excited.
Good luck with your two new babies!!!!!!!

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Catspaw1960
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posted 02-28-2003 03:49 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Catspaw1960     Edit/Delete Message
I have a 4 year old Siamese male that often throws up when he eats too much too fast. We have 2 other cats and we have started to feed them a small amount at a time and he seldom does it now. Maybe the kitten is just eating too quickly. Also, are you giving them kitten food? Good luck and enjoy them.

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GoldenKitten3000
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posted 03-01-2003 07:21 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for GoldenKitten3000     Edit/Delete Message
My kitten I got named mnm who is probly less then 2 mounths old, throws up every time he gets done licking my long haired cat. Don't know if that helps, thats just why mine throws up. If he can play & stuff like that, I don't think he is sick, just eating something his body dosen't want him to eat. Or licking him self to much.

[This message has been edited by GoldenKitten3000 (edited 03-01-2003).]

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