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Rvigliani
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From:Willington, CT, USA
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posted 11-05-2003 12:35 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Rvigliani     Edit/Delete Message
Hi there me and my cat are trying to figure out what is going on. About 2-4 times a week right after he eat he will throw up whatever it is that he has eaten. He is only 1 year old, maybe it is that he is eating to fast...maybe he needs a new diet, can anyone recomend a new diet for him, he is currently eating nine lives both wet and dry food. Let me know if you have any suggestions he and i will appreciate it
-Robin and Tolouse

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Jamiya
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posted 11-05-2003 12:55 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Jamiya     Edit/Delete Message
Some cats throw up a lot. Or at least that's what I was always told. One of our cats usually throws up a couple times a week, although she seems to be better lately.

Sometimes it is caused by hairballs - you might ask your vet about hairball remedies.

Changing the food wouldn't be a bad idea, either. We have always fed dry food. There are some excellent premium foods if you can afford them (and can find a place that sells them) such as Innova, Felidae, Eagle Pack, Wellness, and Wysong.

Otherwise, foods like Royal Canin and Nutro Max are some good ones to look into.


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nern

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posted 11-05-2003 04:29 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for nern     Edit/Delete Message
Maybe there is something in the food that does'nt agree with him. I would try another brand of food and see if that makes a difference...just be sure to switch brands gradually to avoid further digestive upsets. Royal Canin makes a "Sensitive" formula that may be worth trying and Natura makes a limited ingredient brand called California Natural. If he seems to be eating too fast you might be able to slow him down a bit by spreading his food out on a cookie sheet. Good luck.

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