I have a cat that vomits all the time. Half of the time it is a flat elongated fibrous looking thing, the rest of the time is is more liquid and it is a large volume. Sometimes he wails and cries right before he upchucks.The funny thing is I don't think it can be fur balls,as, in all the time I have had him....7 yrs...I have never once seen him grooming himself!! Can there be alternating types of vomit in certain cases? It is so much work cleaning up after him all the time, but I realize that he cannot help it. Does anyone have a clue as to what is wrong with him? He was wormed about a year ago with all the other cats...
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