Cat Vomiting Blood?

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Hematemesis, or the vomiting of blood, can affect a wide range of systems, depending on the source. The gastrointestinal system may be affected due to trauma, ulcer, inflammation, or the presence of a foreign object. A hemorrhage may affect the heart (cardiovascular system), resulting in a heart murmur and/or low blood pressure. Abnormally fast breathing due to severe hemorrhage can occur. A clotting disorder (coagulopathy) can lead to hemorrhage in the stomach or intestines, and can also lead to hematemesis. Immediate veterinary attention is suggested
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possibly from straining. Or from a more serious condition. My advice, bring him to the vet. The pet could be experiencing pain and/or a condition you are not aware of.
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For a cat throwing up is a pretty natural thing. If the cat is only throwing up hairballs or isn't throwing up excessively everything is probably fine. If the cat is throwing up constantly
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Clotting disorders (coagulopathies) that cause bleeding into the gastrointestinal tract
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Stomach ulcers Ulcers in the stomach lining can cause a dog to vomit blood. Dogs taking non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) for disorders, such as arthritis or tendinitis
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