I have 2 indoor cats at college at the moment and one of them has been throwing up often enough to make my roommate and I worry. When he throws up it usually a little while after he eats but there are occasions when he pukes in the middle of the day (or at least that's when we find it). The throw up is obviously food and you can even still see the individual kibbles. It's just a tan mass of food. He has his appetite (sometimes even trying to go back for more food after throwing up), he is a plump cat, completely normal except for the puking. I have cut back on their food a bit because Chooch (the cat throwing up) can be a gluten. They are fed only once a day at night the amount of maybe 1 cup give or take a little bit. I have cut it back to around 1/2 cup and going to try twice a day feeding. The food we use does not have corm meal as the first ingredient too. We give them good food but not the super high end food. We tried cheap food once and it gave our cats horrible diarrhea and they smelled horrid. I really don't think it is their food. They have had the same food for about 2 months and this just started. Any ideas? Speak of the devil he LITERALLY just threw up next to me after eating.... I wanted to ask others before I rush them to the vet for something silly or easily treated at home. I'm going to ask my mom but it's to late in the night so I'll ask he in the morning. I know some may say "Just go to the vet" but my roommate and I are a tad pressed for money this month and don't want to spend $200+ at the vet if we don't absolutely have to. If he needs to go to the vet we will scrap the money up and take him we just don't want to jump the gun. Any ideas on why he is throwing up? Could it be he is eating way to much way to fast? Thanks ahead for the advise!