Cat Vomiting and Diarrhea

cat vomiting and diarrhea

Cat diarrhea and vomiting is an unfortunate but common part of pet ownership. Cats are susceptible to a large range of stomach upsets, which can often manifest themselves by the cat having vomiting, or diarrhea, or both.

Anytime your cat experiences a bout of vomiting or diarrhea, it is concerning.

The underlying cause of vomiting and or diarrhea in cats must be found, so that the causative factors can be changed or eliminated. Because chronic vomiting and diarrhea (occurring more than 2-3 times a week on a regular basis) can be both a sign of serious underlying health problems, and also a serious illness themselves, it is imperative that vomiting and diarrhea be treated and stopped before it can become a more serious problem.

What Causes Cat Vomiting and Diarrhea?

While many times the cause of cat diarrhea and vomiting can be traced (a diet change, increased stress, etc), diarrhea and vomiting that occur without any obvious cause can be perplexing and frustrating to treat and cure.

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All pets, especially cats, can have sensitive stomachs. Cats are especially susceptible to food sensitivities, allergies and intolerance that can manifest in the form of vomiting and diarrhea. If your cat begins having increased episodes of vomiting or diarrhea following a diet change, he or she may not be able to tolerate one of the ingredients in the new food. Often changing the food back to the previous type will solve this problem. If it does not, an exclusionary or home-prepared diet may be required to help determine what ingredients your cat is sensitive to, so that a diet may be made or obtained without this ingredient.
Despite a cat owners best intentions and efforts to find a food that does not cause problems, some cats do not tolerate commercially prepared cat foods as well as they should. These cats often develop chronic diarrhea and vomiting, which can leave them unable to absorb nutrients from their food properly, causing low energy levels and a poor hair coat. In addition, chronic diarrhea in cats has been found to correlate with inflammatory bowel disease, a condition where the lining of the intestine becomes chronically inflamed and irritated. In addition to being continually uncomfortable for the cat, left untreated the IBD will often develop into lymphoma, a type of cancer in cats.

What Not To Do?

In the past, a trip to the veterinarian would typically be required, where medications (usually antibiotics) and fasting would be prescribed. However, recent studies have found that in many cases antibiotics are not only unnecessary, their over-use has lead to serious antibiotic resistance problems. Using antibiotics when they are not needed can lead to the failure of antibiotics to be effective in your cat when they are necessary. In addition, use of antibiotics can often cause diarrhea and vomiting in cats, and cause damage to the “good bacteria” in the gut-which not only leaves your pet susceptible to other opportunistic diseases and bacteria, but can lead to a more serious case of vomiting or diarrhea, sometimes necessitating hospitalization. It’s hard to see how treating vomiting and diarrhea with a medication that causes vomiting and diarrhea can be considered a treatment!

While fasting has long been recommended as a treatment for intestinal upset in pets, in cats even a short fast (12 hours) can cause a life-threatening liver problem called Hepatic Lipidosis. For this reason, while fasting can be effective in giving the GI tract a “break” from an intestinal upset, fasting cats for intestinal upset can be a dangerous treatment.

What To Do?

Thankfully, the old method of treatment using antibiotics and fasting can often be avoided with the a soil-based probiotic. Which will help in the treatment of vomiting and diarrhea has been shown to be effective in 97% of cat gastro-intestinal upsets.

If your cat is experiencing chronic diarrhea and vomiting, a visit to your veterinarian is necessary to rule out other potential causes, such as disease (feline panleukopenia), organ problems (kidney failure, hyperthyroidism) and parasites (Giardia, clostridium overgrowth).


While often vomiting and diarrhea in cats can be treated at home with our unique blend of remedies, there are times that vomiting and diarrhea can be a sign of a medical emergency, requiring a visit to your veterinarian.

If vomiting and or diarrhea occur suddenly and repeatedly in a short period of time, a more sinister cause than stomach upset may be to blame. Acute, repeated vomiting in cats can be a sign of acute renal failure in cats. Sudden failure of kidney function can affect almost every body system of the cat, and can be caused by a kidney infection, toxin ingestion (poison, toxic chemical exposure) and kidney obstruction. Affected cats may experience sudden, acute vomiting, lethargy, weakness and disorientation, and their condition is a severe medical emergency.

Because cats can develop a serious liver problem if they refuse to eat or are fasted for any amount of time, anytime your cat develops diarrhea and vomiting and refuses to eat for any length of time should be cause for concern. Care should be taken to vigilantly observe your cat for other symptoms of illness (lethargy, increased or decreased thirst or urination, hiding or increased vocalization) as these can be a sign of a more serious illness.

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Nancy Raicaldo
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On May 3, 2018 our cat Pineapple aka Appi & Apps was diagnosed by our Holistic vet with stage 4 Intestinal Lymphoma. We took him in because within a week he had lost so much weight, we could see his spine. At that first appointment he had to have his lungs drained of fluid... his breathing was that of a person with COPD . We were sent home with Prednisone, mushrooms and Fish oil. I just didn’t feel that it was “enough” for us to do for Apps , so I got online and began researching Holistic treatments. I found many testimonials praising the Advanced Immune Restoration, so I ordered it ASAP On May 7 he had his first chemo treatment of vincristine, he was able to tolerate it like a Boss! On May 10 he had his second chemo treatment of cyclophosphamide... again he tolerated it amazingly! On May 15 he had his 3rd chemo of vincristine... and we received the box that we were waiting for from Vitality Science! We started him on the program the next day. On May 23 the vet informed us that the tumor was shrinking... and there was no fluid build up! His next chemo is in four weeks... he has been on this program for five weeks. He is eating like a horse, has been putting on weight, is active and loving again. We can’t thank Vitality Science enough for helping to save our boy!
Sandra L. Espinoza Bradford
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My wee 13 year old cat was so incredibly sick 2 years ago. She was diagnosed with IBS after an ultra sound and it was all throughout her entire intestinal tract.. After searching long & hard I found the Vitality Science website. I looked for negative reviews and literally could not find one! So I ordered and received what's now called the Gastro Prime Combo and noticed results within a few days! No more huge barfs on the floor! After about 8 months she went down to the lowest dose of her meds from the vet who was SUPER impressed with her results as well! I give her the Super Food as well as the Flex n Free as she's gettin up there in age and is arthritic now.. She still tears around the house and plays with her toys like she's a kitten (but not nearly for as long!) I also should mention that the Flex & Free is a miracle! She was in too much pain to even jump up on the couch and after I'd given it to her daily for a month, she was jumping up on the couch AND my bed which is at least a foot higher! Miracle I tell you!
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Hilary Klein
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My cat Kojo was diagnosed with IBD, which is incredibly difficult to treat. Vitality Science’s GI Distress and Herbal Anti tincture drops have been lifesavers, along with a limited ingredient diet. He’s been on the drops for a few years.
Dennis Hunter
Dennis Hunter
Vitality Science is a godsend if you have a vomiting kitty or one with digestive issues or diarrhea. Their products have helped my cats tremendously. Steven Becker there freely offers a wealth of knowledge and information on feline health. Thank you VS!!
Georgene Cevasco
Georgene Cevasco
Our cat was extremely sick for months in 2016. We had trouble getting a good diagnosis then when we did he was to ill for any intensive treatment. He had hardening of the intestines from what is basically the cat version of severe IBS and the vet suspected lymphoma as well. He also had a sharp decline in his vision from nutrient deficiencies. A year ago, we were basically at the point that we were counting our days with him when I started trying an elimination and add back diet to find out what he could and couldn't eat. We have virtually elimated poultry and corn and only give him foods that have been pureed. This change allowed him to keep his food down most of the time. When we started adding Vitality Science Feline Comfort Plus and Luxolite daily, he started to gain weight, his bowel movements normalized, and inflamation in his mouth and throat healed. We have maintained the addition of Feline Comfort and the changes made to his diet. Though he is still mostly blind, he is overall healthy and happy again. Our vet even asked how we managed to help him recover so well. Seems like animal health care needs an overhaul, but I'm thankful that I found the right solution for our sweet cat.
Aja Burns
Aja Burns
Our very precious black cat who is a member of our family was diagnosed with lymphoma in October. We were crushed. Our vets wanted us to do chemo etc... In the interim, I researched holistic approaches and thankfully found Vitality Science. I am happy to say our sweet black cat is doing so well. No need for even the steroid he was on before. An absolute miracle. As well, the company itself is amazing. Anytime I had questions they would call or email and very quickly. Their customer service team is aces as well. Thank you to everyone at Vitality Science.
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Becky Senkerik Fallan
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The treatment resistant cat formula plus an all raw diet saved my kitty from the horrid depths of feline IBD. Thanks Vitality Science!
Kiana Erickson
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Your products saved our dog's life..literally!!! She was diagnosed with IBD and was dying until a client of yours turned us onto your products and we started her on them. Thank you so much for developing such products!!!
Eda Gowdy
Eda Gowdy
I cant say thank you enough for saving my cats life. Like many other stories here, the results are astounding. After months of watching my beautiful bengal vomit himself to death, being wrongly diagnosed and nearly euthanized we were advised by the vet we hired to euthanize him that he did not have kidney disease, but probably IBD/IBS. We treated him for his vomiting and dehydration and I immediately started researching the disease. I ordered your products and started him on the Feline Comfort Plus. I even received a sample of the clay, which is also wonderful! I can't thank you enough for giving my cat his life back and for giving us ours too! With Love and Gratitude...thank you! DD
DD Westerman
DD Westerman
I should probably mention that when I adopted 6 year old Angelique, I did not have much of a background on her (I noticed her soiled bottom) Soon an occasional bad poo turned into severe IBS and poor baby, Angelique also has acid reflux...we were both miserable and my off white carpet was absolutely ruined. Much to my horror, my own family kept suggesting that I should find another home for her so I could get some sleep and stop running up my credit card debt on vet bills... I was really worried that I might lose Angelique. She was wasting away and at 5.75 lbs, she didn't have much to lose. I could also her moan whenever I'd pick her up. It hurt me to know that she was hurting soo much. Praise the Lord, a concerned friend told me about Vitality Science!! Let me tell you that the first time Angelique had a normal formed poo, I was soo excited that I almost took a picture of it to send to Stephen!! I really did! Angelique soon began to heal and by the end of 3 months she consistently had ONLY healthy poos. WOW- No more worries!! I finally felt confident that when I fed her that she would be fine. No more bad poos!! When I took Angelique back in to our vet to have her poo cultured, our vet was soo thrilled and excited about the change in Angelique's appearance and most of all her demeanor ((it had been a good 2 months since Angelique had been in) that she had to take Angelique through the whole office to show her to the other vets and techs to show them how great she looked!! Angelique's eyes were bright and shiny, her tail was wagging and she had given our vet the first happy kiss ever!! My friends noticed that Angelique's personality just blossomed as well, so I need to say,Thanks Vitality Science, thanks so much for giving me such a great dog!! JulieI wish I could post a picture - she's adorable too!
Jullia Jane Briggs
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Just received Super Pet Enzymes, Pet Flora, Feline Comfort and Luxolite for my beloved cat Sabrina. She has been suffering with gastrointestinal problems dating back three month. No one has been able to diagnose her and no successful treatment. So here I am under the care of these lovely, caring and true champions of our fur babies. Thank you Stephen Becker for your guidance and compassion. Optimistically hopeful for the recovery of my beauty Sabrina. THANK YOU!
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Melanie J. Ashbaugh
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My sweet kitty Spike was diagnosed with jaw cancer back in February. It's aggressive and, according to what I read, with no treatment, takes about a month or two before it's too much and takes the cats life. He had masses in his jaw, on his lungs and his heart. I was advised by a great pet oncologist to have part of his jaw removed and start chemo and radiation. There was never a single second that that was an option in my mind. I found the Feline Cancer Treatment online and he's been on it ever since. It's been 6 months now and he's doing great. He still may go from the cancer but it appears as if I'm getting about the same amount of extra time with him that I would have with the medical treatment as it only gives you about a year or so more. Hopefully I'll get even more time than that! I also give it to my other cat in smaller doses and he started out skin and bones. We had his thyroid tested regularly and couldn't find the cause of his inability to gain weight. That one is now on a diet because over the last six months of getting these supplements he's gotten way too fat! So it's expensive but not nearly as much as the surgery and treatment was going to be. This will be part of my cats diet for as long as they are with me now. Thank you SO much for giving my kitties more time!
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Dr. Becker and his products at Vitality Science saved my precious kitty, Amie. Thanks to his advice and to Vital Pet Lipids, Celloquent, Uro-Cleanse, and Luxolite, she has made nothing short of a miraculous recovery. She had a seriously low white blood count, had constant urinary tract infections, stopped eating. Thousands of dollars at the vet and an internal med specialist couldn't help. She seemed to get sicker when on pharmaceuticals. Her last blood test two weeks ago revealed that her white blood count is well in the normal range. Thanks a million.
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36 thoughts on “Cat Vomiting and Diarrhea

    • Steve says:

      Hi, the length of healing time depends on the severity of your animal’s symptoms. Some see results in days, others may take weeks. For best results we recommend finding the right diet for your animal in conjunction with the supplements.

      • Grace Becker says:

        Hello JK, We have successfully treated vomiting and diarrhea for 12 years with a variety of products and guidance. Since your cat has only been sick for a few days, wait and if it does not get better, get back to me. I’ll send you a few docs on food, water, and vaccines by another email.

  1. Alma Taylor says:

    Hello Steve,

    Friends of ours recommended your company as a trusted source to help our cats. My cat has been vomiting in the mornings just a pinkish liquid stuff. He has been losing weight, in spite of us changing his diet ( he is enthusiastic eating new food, for the first time and rejecting the same new formula next) to try to help. He looks weak, and from being a solid, plump cat, now one can see his hips (even if his tummy is still hanging). How can I help him? what should I buy? are you in Canada? waiting for your answer. Thanks, Alma

  2. Catherine says:

    My Persian has the most sensitive tummy ever he only rice chicken and little meat is coat is dull and is breath is dreadful

  3. Helga Wheeler says:

    My cat had vomiting and diarrhoea presumably due to eating something bad outside, took her to the vet but he overdosed her on antibiotics which made her really ill (she’s 4kg and he gave her a script for 6kg) , I realised this 4 days into the course so stopped it immediately, she improved but was attacked by another cat, which left her with an abscess, which meant more antibiotics. I think all these antibiotics have teally wrecked havoc with her tummy as she still vomits her food up now and again, which she’s never done before. I’m at a loss.

  4. Julie Arsenault says:

    Hi ..i have a cat she isn’t even a year old yet. i had went away for the week ang gpt back yesterday (Jan 27th) and my husband said she barely ate while i was gone (she has always been a healthy normal happy cat ) she was fine all day ate last night once i got home , and again this morning..and now she started throwing up (first her food, and now liquidy mucas like bile ) and went to poop twice diarrhea .. this is all withing an hour and a half .. now shes keeping her distance and vomiting every half hour or so .. 🙁 shes never had this happen before and im worried.. should i wait and see if is just a bug and might go away by tomorrow..? Shes an indoor cat has never been outside .. any advice would be greatly appreciated thanks .. ❤️

  5. elly says:

    Hi Steve,

    I have a persian Chinchilla kitten, his only 4 months old however his really sensitive and keeps having diarrhea and vomiting constantly. I have taken him to vets before but all I was given was Syrub medicine to stop his diarrhea and was told to feed him with dry cat food until he gets better. but he loves cheese and canned tuna and cooked salmon and cream spread cheese aswell could that be the reason why his getting poorly? please can you advise me with what to feed him please?

    • Sally says:

      Hi Elly. Please dont give your cats too much dairy. Can have a bad affect on their digestive track 🙁
      The shouldnt really be having cheese. Hope your kitty got better

  6. Jen says:

    My cat been with diarrhea and vomits I let it few days bcuz was eating but one day want to eat plants then get worse not bcuz plants was toxic, I start giving him a day or two before a vitamins paste, and yesterday I decided give him the paste 3 times a day after he vomit, I notice for some reason he don’t vomit after give him that he don’t vomit the paste, he vomit again only one after 24 hour and only pooh one time and pooh was on the way looking me solid, I give him a raw egg yolk he vomit some part of that that was he vomit I give that egg taking time from one dose to other. I also give him some rain water yesterday. I hope finally stop the vomits and diarrhea, but if you have another thing that could help, please let me know, the vitamins paste been the best thing keeping him from vomiting but have to give it few times a day if pass long time without it will start vomit.
    The good the what he vomit after 24 hours was a single vomit not like keep going and was some part of egg I think the last dosis. I hope he retain some of the egg. Have a lot of calories so even retain something could sustain him for a day.

  7. jo says:

    3year old spayed tuxedo vomits if she eats anything other than real cooked meats. she is active, plays,very loving but cant eat dry or canned foods help

  8. Mary says:

    I have a female cat about 8mos old. She was fixed on the 13th and she’s had diarrhea and vomiting since the day after. I haven’t changed her food or anything at all. She eats and drinks but it don’t stay down for long. Is there something I can give her?

  9. Gwen Giovengo says:

    My kitten started vomiting her food sunday, has done it yesterday and today. She eats fast, and recently started eating more of the dry food. I’m wondering if she’s overeating or could have a sensitivity to an ingredient or allergy. Also loose stools for these days as well. She seems normal except for the recent issues. What are your suggestions on trying to figure this out? Canned food is fancy feast kitten food ocean whitefish. Dry food is purina small batch wild caught ocean whitefish and egg grain free. I have another cat and this is what I switched him to.

  10. Lisa says:

    My indoor/ outdooe cat was howling last Tuesday night to go out and dry heaving when I opened yhe door. He went out and I noticed a vomited rodent or bird on the carpet and a small, dark area of what looked like dark mushroom soup with large chunks. None of this had an odor. Our cat came inside as usual the following day and slept as usual. He ate and drank andwent about his usual routine. He went out that evening and we haven’t seen him for a week. We have tried so many things and we are very worried.

  11. Maggie says:

    My cat was adopted 1 year ago. He is 5 years old. About 2 week after we got him, he vomited violently and had diarrhea, both containing blood. He was fine after that. We changed his food and 2 weeks later, the same thing happened. We took him to the vet. Xrays were taken and nothing found. The vet said to bring him back for blood work, sonar gram, possible surgery. We took him home and tried different food. In between these episodes, he is fine. Eats, plays, sleeps. He weighs 17 lbs and doesn’t lose any weight. He is not really fat, just a big cat. It has been a year now and these episodes still continue, but more frequently. Any suggestions as far as a special diet?

    • Stephen says:

      Hello, See our dietary suggestions below.
      Guidance On Food

      We recommend what not to feed. Especially avoid corn, wheat and soy and for some cats carragenan and guar gum. Next, for many cats but not all, no grains and no chicken.

      Next, unless dry is all the cat will eat, no dry. Dry food dries them out. (Who’d would have guessed!) Canned is not so great either. Imagine yourself living out of cans! Canned and dry food are devoid of enzymes and the proteins are denatured. These deficiencies can be remedied with supplements.

      The best is raw but some cats cannot handle raw. We feed our cat Nature’s Variety frozen raw carried by most large pet stores. Nature’s Variety also sells a very good canned and dry. That said not all cats  will eat Nature’s Variety. 

      Of all the proteins, rabbit, lamb and venison are the best. Avoid all birds (chicken, turkey, duck) since many cats are allergic to them, especially the chicken.

      All food changes should be done incrementally. A 10% change per day is recommended. If at any time the GI problems get worse, then that food is not recommended.

      Avoid too many variables by using only “single protein, limited ingredient” foods.

      Instinct Pet Food is a limited ingredient single protein food, which has been successful for many but which may or may not be the right food for your cat:

      If your cat has a thyroid condition, avoid lamb, venison, and chicken as they are too energetically hot. For hyperthyroid cats, duck, rabbit and pork are beneficial. Also, for hyperthyroid cats avoid seafood and supplemental iodine. For FIP cats no pea protein.

      Super Carnivore Bone Broth Supplement
      Bone broth can be bought frozen, shelf stable, and refrigerated. But the best bone broth is home made.
      (1) Breville Slow Cooker is recommended. A very slow slow cooker is necessary so that the bones can cook for days.

      (2) Ingredients: 5 lbs bones, 5 table spoons Apple Cider Vinegar, clean water

      (3) Cook on low setting for at least 48 hours. Stop when bones are brittle.

      (4) Although bone broth could be a staple food. It is time consuming to make so the dosages should be adjusted for weight. At least a few teaspoons for a 10 lb animal and a few ounces or more for a 100 pound animal

      Fermented Fish Stock

      You can buy frozen, pre-made fermented fish stock from Answers Pet Food, which has helped quite a few very very difficult cases.

  12. Bimala Magar says:

    My little kitten has having vomit and diarrhea time to time 10-15 min. what should i have to do , what i have to do to stop kittens vomit and diarrhea??

  13. Saira Ahmad says:

    Hi, my cat get injured after fight with other male cat and get serious injury on the top of his back foot.My vet gave him antibiotics medicine named Ogmentin.his wound is healing rapidly but after 3 day medicine my cat start vomiting even vomit water since morning and cat just ate grass and after laps of 7 hours i am really worried about his fast.What to do?

  14. Tia says:

    my cat has contracted a virus and is experiencing a fever, he has vomited twice and we sent him to the vet. For three days he has been fasting while being administered antibiotics. The vet says they will continue fasting him until he stops vomiting, but isn’t this dangerous? Also could his diarrhea also be as a result from not consuming any solids and just being strapped to an IV drip?
    Please reply soon,
    Thank you

    • Stephen says:

      Hello Tia,
      While fasting cures many illnesses, cats are particularly sensitive to a reduction in protein. That noted, sometimes there is no choice.If your cat continues to throw everything up, it will not survive. If the vet stabilizes or not, I recommend our Gastro Prime package which has stabilized many dangerously sick cats. I will send the info in an email to you now.

  15. Alana Quann says:

    My Bengal has intermittent, chronic vomiting issues. After ultrasound, X-rays and bloodwork (which was normal except slightly enlarged lymph nodes) they narrowed it down to IBD. I don’t want to do biopsies because of the invasive nature. She has been on a raw diet since birth. They think she has become “allergic” to the chicken. They switched me to Hills ZD wet food and I am transitioning her to this. I read about your products and success. Considering her symptoms, with no behavioral changes, no diarrhea. Her recent vomit had a pink tinge to it. They prescriber prednisone, but I’m not a fan and it is impossible to give it to her.

    Do you have any thoughts?

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  17. Deborah Collins says:

    We adopted a 5 mo old kitten 6 weeks ago. She has had constant loose stools. Vet has tried deworming, antibiotics, bland food, fortaflora. None of these have helped. All tests negative but she did say poop had more bad bacteria. Kitten is playing, eating, drinking, gaining weight. Her only issue is the diarrhea. Stools are typically loose, somewhat formed but wet.

  18. Janice says:

    Hello…my cat starting vomiting and having diarrhea off and on since last night. She eats but then immediately gets sick. Last night she sounded like she might be in pain. Any suggestions? We plan on taking her to the Vet in the morning.

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