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There might be more behind this, so in either case trust your vet more than me as a random stranger on the net. It's totally possible the vomiting is connected to normal digestion/instinctive behavior: Assuming the vomit is some color between yellow and light brown and mostly consists of liquid and foam with potentially a few small bits of leftover food or ...


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It's not quite the same nor remotely as common as with dogs, but yes, cats do sometimes hump at random things like inanimate objects. It's more common with intact males or with males that were neutered later in life, but any cat including females might show the behavior. However, as I said, it doesn't present quite the same as with dogs. With dogs, it can ...


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The short answer to this is no,this do never happen in cats,male cats and dogs has a very different sexual behaviour,male cats will aggressively seek out the female cat in heat. I have never seen a male cat finding a replacement mate(object) in the same way as male dogs do when they ride your leg or rub against objects. Male cats gets exited from the ...


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I understand that adopting a pet and having problems with it you didn't expect can make you feel anxious about your decision to adopt. Given though that others have called the cat friendly and sweet, I really think you should have a good shot at becoming friends with the cat, and so I would try to put away your anxiety for now. Unfortunately, in the ...


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