Vomiting means your cat is trying to ride her body of something. Yellow vomit normally means a toxin.
The liver is where toxic substances are immediately sent, to be slowly and safely released for excretion. So the first thing you need to address is to eliminate all toxic substances from your cat’s diet, health care and environment.
Drugs are highly toxic and damage the liver, so by changing to a natural form of health care will do wonders for your cat’s health.
Processed cat food is not only highly toxic, but of extremely poor quality. So by feeding most processed cat foods, you are not only starving your cat, but also poisoning her.
By feeding your cat a home made quality raw meat and bones diet, you will add years and quality to her life.
The environment your cat lives in also needs to be poison free. Cats are extremely sensitive to chemicals, so if you can switch to non toxic household cleaners, fabrics and garden products, not only will your cat benefit, so will you.
Making these serious changes, may be too late for your cat, depending on how far advanced the process is. But it may be just what she needs to make a full recovery. You’ll never know if you don’t try.
Homeopathy is a natural and complete health care system for humans and animals. It can be used by home prescribers for the less serious health problems. Serious problems are best left to professional homeopaths.
However, if you don’t have access to one, you can do a lot yourself, especially with the help of a distant homeopath.
Homeopathic medicines work by stimulating the immune system to work more efficiently. If you pick the wrong medicine, nothing happens, no harm is done.
However, some skill is needed to match your cats symptoms to those of the potentially best medicine.
The homeopathic medicine Phosphorus is one of the top medicines for treating yellow vomit in cats or anyone else. The vomiting may have started as saliva, but has deteriorated over time to yellow matter.
The strong keynotes of Phosphorus include:
- a great thirst especially for cold water, which may be vomited up after about 15 minutes
- blood in the vomit, urine or stools
- normally has a ravenous appetite but this may now be reduced
- vomiting started with food that had recently been eaten (about 15 minutes earlier)
- may have a history of respiratory problems
- although very affectionate, may be easily frightened by sudden and loud noise
If you can match at least three of your cat’s symptoms to these keynotes, then Phosphorus may bring her health back.