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Why Is My Cat Being Sick?

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It is important to observe your cat for a while to properly determine why your cat is being sick. If the cat seems fine and is sick just the once or keeps retching, it might have eaten something that's gone off. If it's vomiting blood or projectile vomiting, then there is a serious problem with its stomach or intestines. You should take the cat to a vet as soon as possible.
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A cat may fall sick due to eating contaminated material or simply just eating too much. It could also be related to hairballs that come from hair swallowed when they groom. Signs of hairballs are loss of appetite, constipation, retching or diarrhoea.
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