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Any tenderness to the abdomen if you palpate on it? What type of food have you been offering? Are the stools more firm than usual?
Before this has happened, had you noticed if the stools were getting more firm?
Then we may be getting sick, having some constipation, how is the water intake? Drinking well yet?
Many times when a cat starts to not feel as well, they may get a bit constipated also, the stools stay in the GI tract longer and get more dry, when this occurs, then they eat less and start to vomit also. If we are only on dry food now, we can look to ad more soft/canned food as this will be easier on the GI tract. Many times then they do not want to drink as well. We can offer milk or yougurt to increase the fluid intake as this tasts much better also.
Diary products also work very well for constipation in cats. We also can look at meat, like hamburger, chicken, turkey, fish ( canned tuna) as more appetizing to the taste and softer and more gentle on the stomach.
Then if we have tried all the ways to get more liquid and energy in, we are still vomitting, then perhaps we may need to talk to your veterinarian. There is a medication called Cerenia, one dose lasts 24 hours, it is antinausea/vomit/abdominal pain all in one. It comes in an injectable and pill form. If you can palpate the abdomen, can you feel if there is a very firm feces in the intestines? Many times these may feel long and cylindrical and firm.
We can keep this message open for 5 days, if you can try to offer some of the above items, even the yogurt, then let me know how all goes. If we continue to vomit then, we can look for a visit to a clinic to determine the underlying cause and appropriate medications to address that and to stop the vomiting.