After I graduated from college, I borrowed one of my family's cats to keep me company in my new apartment. One morning after she had breakfast, she vomited. After supper, she did it again. The next day, the same thing happened. I freaked out. I called a vet clinic, explained in a shaking voice what was happening -- I was sure she was dying! -- and got an appointment the next morning. A quick consultation later, the vet sent me home with a tube of Petromalt, and after the first dose she ejected the biggest hairball I'd ever seen. Actually, most vomiting is caused by fairly innocuous things, and here are the top culprits.
2. Eating too fast
3. New food
4. Eating grass or plants
6. Stomach obstructions
Do you have a cat who frequently vomits? What have you done about it? Please share your experiences in the comments!