Why Do Cats Eat Grass and Throw up?

Answer

Grass is mainly fibre and the cat's stomach doesn't have the enzyme needed to digest it. However, grass can help a cat's digestive process by inducing vomiting of undigested food.
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Cats eat grass and throw it up because they are sick or think they are sick it makes them throw up so there tummies will feel better. Dogs tend to do the same thing.
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Wild dogs, wolves and foxes consume the entire carcass of their prey, according to the Doctors Foster and Smith Pet Education website. This includes eating the grass and plant-filled
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all cats are greedy... and the reason he is eating grass then throwing it up is because They eat grass to make them throw up when they have tummy aches, so they can throw up whatever
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Cats use grass as a laxative to enable them to pass hairballs lodged in their intestines or
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Cats usually eat grass to induce vomiting. This is because they spend a lot of time grooming themselves and they get hairballs formed inside their stomach and this makes them remove it without causing harm. You can find more information here: http://petcare.suite101.com/article.cfm/why_do_dogs_and_cats_eat_grass
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