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My cat is sneezing a lot and threw up what is it?

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There is no sure way to determine what is wrong with a cat unless medical attention is sought. Symptoms such as sneezing and throwing up could be a cold or the flu. Cats can get most of the same illnesses as a human.

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it has allergies or something went up it's nose.


A cat may sneeze and vomit up food is they are allergic to the food. Also, other illnesses can cause a cat to get sick when eating.


sneezing, and wheezing,and scratching alot, and diarrhea and throwing up


I would not treat your cat with oil of oregano unless your vet says it is ok. Call up your vet and ask. You wouldn't want to hurt your cat by using something that is bad for it.


You need to take your cat in to be checked out by your Veterinarian.


well when i was at my friends house her cat threw up after eating a month old dead rat.


If you are holding the cat at the time, it may frighten her and her reaction is to protect herself. My cat used to be scared when I would sneeze, and what I did was every time I sneezed, right after I quit sneezing I would talk to her in a soft voice that she recognizes as the voice I use only with her. She has since become so used to me sneezing that now she doesn't even get up off me if she's on my lap when I sneeze.


Time to brush excess loose fur from your cat.


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Usually just a hairball. Cats tend to get them more often if/when they shed a lot. If your cat throws up excessively (a lot), you may want to consider taking him or her to the vet to get examined.


I'm sure they do. My cat ate an entire rat. She did eat a chipmunk and threw up the brains.




It sounds like your cat has an upper respiratory infection along with a possible abscess on his or her head. An abscess is caused by cat bites or cat claws and the infection closes over and infection/puss builds up inside. It would need to be drained and cleaned out. Also antibiotics would be needed too. But first of all you need to take your cat into your Veterinarian to have him or her checked out and diagnosed correctly.


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My cat used to throw up a lot as well. He has a kidney problem and the toxicity in his system was causing him to throw up. If your cat is younger than this is not likely the case but if he is an older cat it is possible he might have kidney problems. It is very common in older cats. Cats live in a dehydrated state most of their lives and it is only when they are older that it catches up with them.


up on a big flat spot and have small holes that the cats claws cant fit threw


the cat could be getting really old and its nose would be drying this happend with my cat oreo if the cat is not old then i sugest taking the cat to the vet


If your cats start sneezing, they probably have a cold. Yes, the other cats can get it as well. If you go to the vet, they can give you something to help your cats. If they start to wheeze, place them in a bathroom. Turn your shower on very hot so the room starts to steam up. Keep the cats inside for about 12 minutes so their lungs clear up.


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NO, i gave my cat some once, literlity he threw it up 30 secs. later -what a waste of good shrimp...



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Your cat is sick on purpose! Cats lick themselves a lot and can get stuff in thier throat, so they eat grass so they can sick it up.


No I don't think so. My cat ate cinnamon spread and she threw up so I would not recommend giving cinnamon to yours!



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