Sometimes when a cat eats to fast it will regurgitate the meal. When eating dry cat food it will absorb the water and swells which sends a message to the brain that the cat has overeaten.
If there is too much food, the brain sends a signal to get rid of some. If your cat vomits frequently and loses weight, take the cat to the vet.
Here are some things you can do to keep your cat from eating too fast.
Use a large flat plate and spread the dry food on the plate leaving plenty of gaps between the kibbles. This method should slow the cat down and resolve the problem.
PetSafe Eatwell 5-meal Timed Pet Feeder. Set the times for when your pet needs to eat. You can put the portion you what your pet to have. Schedule and feed small meals frequently which often helps prevent vomiting.
Bowls that are shaped like a maze is a slow feeder that can help your cat slow down.
You can put the kibbles into a treat ball and the cat will push the ball around to get the kibbles out. This is good for the cat's mental stimulation and exercise.
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