If your cat is just responding to a change in feeding or has the occasional a hairball, you can relax. However, if your cat’s vomiting is due to gastritis, a visit to the vet may be in order. Other symptoms of gastritis may include sluggishness, dehydration, depression, and stomach discomfort.
Cats eat hair; that’s a fact.
However, they should be able to digest that hair. Sometimes cats need a little help with their digestion. For hairballs, stomach inflammation, and dietary changes, try a combination of Vitality Science’s Pet Flora, Luxolite and Super Pet Enzymes.
I have been using this product [Pet Flora] since 2005. Kittens and adult cats sometimes have issues regarding their regularity. It works overnight! A ‘can’t miss’ product. I’m never without it…” -Catherine C., Vitality Science Customer