There can many varied reasons why a cat vomits, from a serious
illness to eating
something disagreeable. An occasional, isolated episode of vomiting
is usually normal
Below are some of the reasons why cats vomit. Some are temporary
and minor and others indicate an underlying serious illness.
Toxic plants, anti-freeze, lead paints, cleaning agents, human
medications, coffee, weed killer, fertilizers and many other poisonous
substances found around the home.
Accidental over dosage of medications.
Gastric and Intestinal Problems
Colitis, Cancer, Constipation, Enteritis, Fungal Disease, Gastritis,
Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Obstruction, Tumours, Ulcers.
Acidosis, Diabetes, Feline Hyperthyroidism, Hormone Imbalance,
Kidney disease, Liver disease, Pancreatitis, Sepsis
Salmonella, pyometra (infection of the uterus), abscess
Feline Urinary Syndrome, Heat Stroke, Motion Sickness.