Swallowed (then threw up) top of chicken wing, unchewed. Should I be worried??
I gave my cat a mix of lamb liver, lamb chunks and the little top section of a chicken wing this morning. She ate it all up and was acting fine when I left for work, but I just got a call to say that she threw everything up. The top of the chicken wing came out completely unchewed. She must have tried to swallow it whole.(the lamb was all unchewed too)
I'm now a bit worried. She may have thrown up because the bone part was too much for her to handle whole, but worried that she might have teeth problems, or is it not unusual for that part of the wing (when given alone) to be swallowed whole? I hope that is the case!
Last weekend she left a chicken wing (was the top two sections joined together). She pulled it out of her bowl, but left it lying. I thought she might just be sick of chicken, so gave her other meat chunks and she ate that up fine.
Strangely, she was on my lap last night and when she yawned I thought how white her teeth looked, so never thought of checking for problems.
Should I be worried, or is it normal that they swallow bits that size whole?