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Throwing up blood... please help!

post #1 of 8
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My kitty Tehya was picked up in a trailer park sevreal months ago... during the time she has been with us, she has had a nasty cough, sort of like hacking up hairballs. She would wheeze, especially after drinking water or purring for a while. She also got pregnant before we took her, and has had her kittens. Today she has thrown up blood twice... not completely blood, but clear bile with blood in it. I think it has something to do with her coughing. What is this? We are taking her to the vet this weekend if not earlier, but I'm still really worried. Anyone know whats going on? Thanks for the help...
post #2 of 8
No, I don't but the blood may just be from the irritation of throwing up. Please do get her seen as soon as you can, and let us know what you find out. Hopefully something minor and easy to remedy
post #3 of 8
Someone may come along with an answer, but for my peace of mind i would still be taking her to see her vet as a precaution.
post #4 of 8
Please go to the vet ASap
post #5 of 8
Sorry I don't know but I'd take her to the vet ASAP just to find out what's going on.
Sending good vibes to Tehya
post #6 of 8
Please take your cat to the vet ASAP!
post #7 of 8
maybe she ate something with blood in it and it didn't settle with her? What has she eaten in the last 24 hours? Or maybe there's a cut in her mouth or throat?
post #8 of 8
If she was living under a trailer she could have been exposed to the insulation. In some of the older trailers this stuff leaks out. She could have some fibers in her lungs, or she could have eaten a mouse and the blood you see is from the kill- there are really a dozen reasons what could be wrong with her, and the best thing is to take her in and get her completely checked over-
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