If your cat throws up after it eats, you should take it to the vet, just to be safe. But a lot of times, throwing up after eating is simply a result of eating too much too quickly. Eating quickly is less common in cats that have food left out 24/7, and less common in single cat homes. However, even these cats may eat too fast depending on their personality.
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