Cat Vomiting Undigested Dry Food

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Kailey11:
My senior cat has started vomiting undigested/unchewed dry food. It happens on a daily basis. For one week, I only fed him canned food and he did not vomit. But with 3 other cats, it is a problem not to have any dry food available when I am at work. He seems to feel fine. He keeps down canned food with no problems. His blood/urine panels are normal and xrays showed no blockage. My vet had the ultrasound doctor look at the xrays as well and he could not see a problem. His teeth don't seem to be bothering him. The vet also looked at them. Has anyone had this problem or any suggestions? Thanks!
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Sherry:
[nq:1]My senior cat has started vomiting undigested/unchewed dry food.[/nq]
My senior cat also does this. Solution was, I quit feeding him dry food. No problem. The other cats get dry food occasionally, especially Boots, who really prefers it over canned. I just have to be conscientious about removing the food when she's done with it so Yo doesn't eat itt.

Sherry
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Gail:
[nq:1]My senior cat has started vomiting undigested/unchewed dry food. Ithappens on a daily basis. For one week, I only fed ... don't seem to be bothering him. The vet also looked atthem. Has anyone had this problem or any suggestions? Thanks![/nq]
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Phil P.:
[nq:1]My senior cat has started vomiting undigested/unchewed dry food. Ithappens on a daily basis. For one week, I only fed ... well and he could notsee a problem. His teeth don't seem to be bothering him. The vet also looked atthem.[/nq]
The fact he stopped chewing strongly suggests a dental problem. If I were you, I'd order dental x-rays -- which may reveal a problem that wasn't visible or detectable during the cursory oral exam.

Phil.
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