My cat is vomiting after eating Really Great Cat Food. Is something wrong with the food?

Vomiting could be unrelated (like a hairball) or it could be from chowing down too quickly or switching over to the new food without an adjustment period. We recommend a slow 10-day transition to help their system adapt smoothly - make sure to follow our Transition Guide. If they’re routinely eating too quickly, you might consider serving more meals with less quantity (ie/ divide 2 meals into 3) or using a slow feeder/licking mat. Always ensure your cat has access to fresh water to stay hydrated!  

If the vomiting persists for more than 24 hours or if your cat shows any other concerning symptoms like blood in stool, diarrhea, or lethargy, it's best to consult your vet. Your cat's health is our top priority, and we want to ensure they're happy and healthy.

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