A couple weeks back, one of my cats, Odin, ate a bee. A lot was going on at that moment, I was getting ready for a new couch, and a friend was over. Then, while we were switching the couches, Odin threw up on the wood in the back porch outside. It seemed like a big problem, especially since everything was happening at once.
So, what was wrong? Why did he even eat the bee? I searched for an answer as to why he ate the bee, but there wasn't much information that I could find. My cat may have anxiety, or stress, or maybe pica. And that's really all I know.
So please help me. Why did he eat the bee in the first place? It just seems so weird. Could he have an illness?
Sometimes he eats things that are not food, and that are deadly, including string, poisonous plants, and that bee! Do cats even know it's bad for them?