Colin cat is vomiting up something unpleasant

(10 Posts)
Kenworthington Sun 06-Nov-16 19:59:05

I keep finding small puddles of milky/mucousy pink tinged stuff. I assume it's colin. Have not actually heard him vomiting which is odd but Am a bit worried. What the heck is it??

lljkk Sun 06-Nov-16 20:10:45

(do cats ever sick up anything that isn't horrible?)

One of our cats did milky sick daily for the first few months or so after we got him... and then it tapered down & now happens maybe only once every 2 months. It was related to him being hungry, I suspect, but also I think his digestion wasn't great (bad quality food & not wormed for yrs?)

Has yours been wormed & is he reasonably fit & well otherwise?

Fluffycloudland77 Sun 06-Nov-16 20:10:47

It's a vets visit sad

Is he eating? Ours is sick sometimes but there's no blood.

mineofuselessinformation Sun 06-Nov-16 20:11:02

Does he have something stuck in his throat. Pink in there rings alarms for blood.

Kenworthington Sun 06-Nov-16 20:14:23

Hmm he doesnt seem poorly in himself. And in fact weirdly I haven't 'heard' him being sick but there's nothing else it could be. He's been eating his (expensive fancy) food ok. A friend suggested furballs? But no sign of any actual fur balls?

Kenworthington Sun 06-Nov-16 20:16:09

He was wormed last month. He also had his 6 month check just this week and was declared fit as a flea

Kenworthington Sun 06-Nov-16 20:42:14

He's now under the sofa. He never goes under the sofa. I think he's quietly suffering 😢

Fluffycloudland77 Sun 06-Nov-16 20:51:52

They do hide it well, I've rushed a staggering cat to the vets who has not only walked fine once in there but stood on his hind legs to investigate the table.

Then he got home & couldn't walk again.

Kenworthington Sun 06-Nov-16 20:53:52

Oh no what was wrong with him fluffy? Assume you went back again

Fluffycloudland77 Sun 06-Nov-16 21:14:07

No the vet gave him some painkillers & he was OK the next day.

He kept up the limp while you were watching him but ditched it when he was in the street.

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