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Ruling out dietary intolerances
My cat has been going through bouts of vomiting every 10-14 days. The vomiting lasts 2 days and then returns to normal eating after giving her some plain tuna (it's all she'll eat at that point). On a daily basis I fed her the same foods at two meals + 1 snack. When she returns to health, she's very hungry after not eating for 2 days. Her foods:
Weruva Tuna & Vegetables
Spot's Stew, Chicken Stew
Treats are Greenies, Tuna flavor and these have grains.
**What can I do to see if she's intolerant to something I'm feeding her? Should I feed her 1 flavor all day, every day? Is the combination of these two foods too rich?***
-daily healthy bowels
-vomitted hair 1x, rest is clear or green from the greenies
Here are links to the foods: