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Is Your Cat Vomiting Yellow Fluid ?

Vomiting yellow liquid occasionally in cats is not really something to be concerned about; however, it’s a different matter if it happens frequently. The yellow color of the vomit is caused by the stomach acids and bile that is present. The cells lining the stomach is responsible for producing stomach acids which are important for digestion. Bile is synthesized in the liver which is then stored in the gall bladder. During the process of digestion, bile is released from the gall bladder and reaches the duodenum (a part of the small intestine) via the bile duct. Bile is necessary for the emulsification of fats and oils during digestion. 

Vomiting yellow liquid means the stomach does not have any contents except the stomach acids and bile. The presence of the acids without food can irritate the stomach lining, making the cat vomit. This is one of the reasons why your cat may vomit when he is hungry. Unfortunately, vomiting can also be caused by a myriad of medical conditions, thus it’s highly recommended that you make an appointment with your vet Virginia Beach, VA so your cat can undergo a thorough checkup. Click here to know more.

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