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By RosieCakeness - / Wednesday 13 March 2019 02:00 /
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By  Dave_Davington  |  33

You need to establish dominance and remind the cat that it is no match for you in a vomit war. Next time the little shit throws up on you, hold it down and vomit as much as you possibly can all over the cat's entire body, making sure it can't escape for a minimum of thirty seconds. If the cat repeats its face vomiting behaviour, increase the time you hold it in your vomit puddle by fifteen seconds each time.

Do this, and the cat will smarten up after the third face barf at the very most.

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By  tenniemo  |  18

Cats show their discomfort in very “in your face” ways, and they are usually pretty disgusting. Just be thankful he’s annoyed and not sick - my fur baby vomits twice a day and has accidents outside the litter box twice a week due to illness. Yours will eventually get over it and stop. Mine will have problems until he passes.

By  Dave_Davington  |  33

You need to establish dominance and remind the cat that it is no match for you in a vomit war. Next time the little shit throws up on you, hold it down and vomit as much as you possibly can all over the cat's entire body, making sure it can't escape for a minimum of thirty seconds. If the cat repeats its face vomiting behaviour, increase the time you hold it in your vomit puddle by fifteen seconds each time.

Do this, and the cat will smarten up after the third face barf at the very most.

By  slkeithh  |  11

So, I'm going to be "that person," as someone who works in the veterinarian industry, I would absolutely want to hang myself if a client called saying "He's vomiting because he's annoyed." Ok, Karen. See you in about a week or two when he's gotten even sicker.

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  crsyldy  |  19

I’m not saying op shouldn’t get her pet a check up, but in my experience cats will 100% vomit when they’re displeased with something going on. They do it frequently and in the worst possible places and then once their annoyance is gone they act like it never happened. Cats are a$$holes.

By  Rae Miller  |  7

Get them all calming collars- they also make a plug ins for the wall- this isn’t fair to your cat to have happen to them and the same for your daughters cats. You might need to make sure they all have separate litter boxes too.

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