If it happens a lot, try giving canned food WITHOUT carrageenan. That's a texturizer made from seaweed and is used in most pate-style canned foods. My older cat started vomiting up his food more and more frequently. Then I realized that he never threw up one particular brand. When I compared labels, I noticed the absence of carrageenan in the food that didn't bother him. Did some research and found that it's a fairly common food sensitivity in cats. Switched to all carrageenan-free food and he's only thrown up once in the last three months.
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Cats' digestive systems are very delicate and there are a lot of medications that are harmful or fatal to cats--always check with your veterinarian before giving your cat any type of medicine.