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The kitten vomited a tiny amount of white foam

It was just white foam with a super tiny amount of tan foam that might’ve been food?
Is this normal and if not what are the causes and treatment?

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Cat

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Dr. Deliman

Veterinarian

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Care

Common Problems

We appreciate you reaching out to us. Vomiting has a huge number of causes. And depending on the cause, treatment or treatment will vary slightly. Vomiting that lasts more than 3 days is most likely something is wrong with your pet. Diseases, metabolic disorders, digestive system disorders, drug side effects, altered food intake, infections, etc. may be suspected.

Gradually introduce a bland (no bone chicken, boiled white rice) or low-fat diet into his diet. Low fat is crucial as high fat provokes stomach acid which can induce vomiting and diarrhea.
At this point, it should be noted that
- You should eat white rice rather than brown rice.
- Give him a small amount.
- There should be no seasonings or spices.

If he does not improve after all these tries, Please allow your veterinarian to examine your pet in order to determine the root cause of your pets digestive problem and recommend the most effective treatment.

If you have any additional questions, please don’t hesitate to come back to us! Thank you.