My cat Pepper has been vomiting a couple of times a week ever since I’ve had her (for about a year or so now). She’s adopted, so I’m not 100% sure how old she is, but she’s probably about five or so, a shorthair mix.
Usually, her puke comes out as a lump of about 1/2 cup of mostly undigested dry food (it’s damp, of course, but clearly her dry food). You can pick it up with a paper towel and it barely leaves any residue on the carpet. I let the cats have access to dry food throughout the day and they eat however much they want. Each night, around 7pm, they each get about 1/3 of a cup of wet food mixed with water.
But tonight, Pepper did something that scared me a bit. Instead of the usual hacking and a lump being left, she ran to the edge of the chair she was sitting on, just opened her mouth, and a lot of very liquidy vomit silently came out. It was the same colour as the vomit lumps — a beige-ish colour.
I’ve never seen that kind of puke from her before, and besides even the “regular” puke can’t be normal.
Any ideas? She sheds, but I do brush her a lot. Should I take her into the vet? Is this normal?