My cat seems to vomit quite often after eating. It will happen more frequently if I spend less time at home – like she eats a lot very quickly and can’t keep it down. I have tried regulating how fast and how much she eats but she still will vomit even with a small amount of food. She’s not a small cat by any means – merging on the ‘chunky’ side of huge – and has long hair (only 2 fur balls in 7 months). Does anyone know why she would be vomiting so often after eating? Is there anything I can do to help her with it?
[quote=MsCatherine2525]Is there anything I can do to help her with it?[/quote]
What is she eating? Any other problems? Do you have a homeopathic vet?
This symptom is likely related both to the food and to the presence of a slight internal imbalance (latent psora). A homeopathic veterinarian can definitely help in both areas.
In the meantime continue to feed smaller amounts at one time, make sure it is a meat-based, high quality food and have a vet exam including a stool examination to make sure that nothing else is going on.
Thanks for the response! She’s eating hairball formula dry food. She doesn’t seem to have any other problems – good coat, not much shedding, quite active for an older cat (approx 10 years old). I don’t have a homeopathic vet for her. Do you know of any in Vancouver British Columbia or how I could find one?
[quote=MsCatherine2525] Do you know of any in Vancouver British Columbia or how I could find one?
Dr. Peter Dobias is a well-trained colleague of mine up your way. Alternatively, go to [url]http://www.theavh.org[/url] for a full listing of homeopathic vets. You could even work with someone outside BC by telephone (in conjunction with your local vet).