1. Vomiting

Vomiting

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Vomiting
Description:

The involuntary expulsion of the stomach contents through the mouth. It is normally a full-body involved spasm, though in dangerous situations it might involve less and lack great force.

Treatment:

Vomiting is difficult to treat in and of itself. The best recourse is to treat the Nausea and protect the cat against the various dangers of vomiting if it is being done repetitively. These dangers include dehydration, damage to the throat, and malnutrition. While vomiting is persistent it be best to keep a cat to fluids such as water and feed prey blood, though these are only short term solutions intended to keep the cat healthy while tending to the root cause of the symptom.

Related Herbs: Apple, Catnip, Ginger, Rosemary, Water Dock, Mint,
Related Complaints: Colic, Concussion, Poisoning,