I want to join in here and say my bit as well as asking for advice. Cats do vomit more often than looks normal to us that I know, however I'm at my wit's end with my cat. He is 17 years old and we have taken him to quite a few vets and no one has been able to tell us what the problem is. He goes for days without vomiting but then suddenly for a few says he vomits 3-4 times on one day. It is not hairball because it might be a little food or only fluid. He eats again immediately afterwards and he is in top condition, lively and shiny, too beautiful for words (of course I'm his mom!). His stool is also normal. Our next step would be a colonoscopy, but I would prefer not putting him through that at his age. Unfortunately his is a very fussy eater and refuses to eat anything but chicken breast, a little Wiskas pouches and some boiled haddock. Has anyone else experienced anything like this? It has been getting progressively worse as he get older. The vet says he's got a lot of gas and to feed him small amount more often, but he already eats about 6-7 times a day! Please, some advice will be very much appreciated.
What you would have found out, I know by now that some vomiting is quite normal, but where do you draw the line?