My cat was throwing up this morning a few times. Watery with very little food…

My cat was throwing up this morning a few times. Watery with very little food it it. She did it in several places and now she seems fine. I don’t think she got into anything. She is diabetic. She gets insulin shots twice a day. Last night when I drew up her syringe I placed it on the night stand and left it for about a hour or so before I gave it to her. Could that have caused it since it got warm? Should I just monitor her? She doesn’t feel warm and she is eating and going to the bathroom without problem.

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Krista Magnifico
6 years ago

Hello June, If the vomiting continues your cat should certainly be seen by your vet. As far as the diabetes goes we are most concerned about keeping the blood sugar steady and insulin should always be given after feeding a normal (or prescribed) diet and on a routine feeding schedule. Insulin should be kept in the refrigerator, mixed gently, and drawn up in the appropriate syringe. We usually don’t recommend putting it aside and waiting to use it because the contents may settle and need to be re-mixed before injecting, which is much harder to do after it is pulled… Read more »