urgh - that nearly did it!

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  1. mistyscott

    mistyscott Well-Known Member

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    After bemoaning my lack of symptoms, I started feeling very nauseous this week, usually from midday onwards. But, so far I haven't actually been sick.

    Then my darling cat, Misty, just came and threw up on the rug - right next to me :thumbup: Oh. my. god. the smell :sick:
    Had to clear it up (OH not back from work) and could feel the bile rising in my throat (sorry!).
    Have managed to keep it down for now - but I'm hungry and need to think about eating when the thought of food makes me feel worse!

    The joys of pet-owning...better get used to puking small things though I suppose! :baby:
     
  2. mistyscott

    mistyscott Well-Known Member

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    and now she's running around playing with her ball while I sit on the sofa trying not to heave!
     
  3. sleonie

    sleonie Well-Known Member

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    LOL!

    I've managed to escape the the sickness, but I have definetely been slightly nauseous! It seems to get worse if my stomach is empty, and if I let it go on for too long, I then dont want to eat anything...
     
  4. mistyscott

    mistyscott Well-Known Member

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    snap with my nausea sleonie - but see if clearing up cat sick makes you barf! :p
     
  5. Lawhra

    Lawhra NowProudMumOfTwo!!

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    He he. Naughty kitty. At least the baby sick won't smell like that! It just smells like milk. Unless it's been fermenting for a bit, then it's not too pleasant!
     

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