Every cat owner has heard the convulsing, choking sound of their cat vomiting on the floor, usually on an expensive carpet or furniture. Part of the reason cats vomit is because they’re sick, but a far more common problem is that cats eat too fast and then throw up afterwards.
To slow down a cat’s feeding frenzy, consider using a food puzzle. Food puzzles force cats to slow down and pick out their food out of a maze or obstacle. That way they can pretend to hunt their food and slow down their eating so they won’t hurl the moment they finish again.
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