My parents have a cat that stays inside, uses a litter box, is fed regularly and pretty much only given dry cat food (no people-food or canned food), yet this kitty throws up more than any other cat I've known. Lately I'm staying with them for weeks at a time, as mom has cancer, and I've noticed that the vomit has a lot more fluid in it. There are usually pieces of undigested cat food that come out first, but they are followed by what seems to me, to be a LOT of liquid. I'm almost worried that the cat will get dehydrated! I'd like to know what's causing it, as it's one more thing that my mom doesn't need to worry about, and certainly doesn't need to be cleaning up after.
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