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Hairball control

As a cat owner, you'll know felines are extremely thorough when it comes to their grooming routine. They spend hours each day cleaning their faces and maintaining their coats. This also means they swallow a lot of hair, which can develop into hairballs or "fur balls".

Normally, most of the swallowed hair is expelled through the cat's digestive system in their stools. Hairballs commonly occur when hair accumulates in a cat's stomach or small intestine, forming a dense ball or mat which can't be passed. Often this ball is then vomited up.

Why Is My Cat Vomiting?

Why Is My Cat Vomiting?

Most cat owners will be used to seeing their cat vomit from time to time without being overly concerned. Usually the occasional vomit is a result of a minor problem such as overeating or playing too vigorously immediately after dinner time.
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Why is My Cat Coughing?

Why is My Cat Coughing?

If your cat has developed an unusual cough lately, you’re probably wondering ‘why is my cat coughing’ and what to do about it. Although it can be disturbing for owners to see their cat coughing and wheezing, this is not uncommon in the feline kingdom and it’s often a sign of the occasional hairball your pet is trying to get rid of. 
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Cat Hairballs: What You Should Know

Cat Hairballs: What You Should Know

All that cleaning and removing fur you see your cat constantly do, leads to them swallowing a lot of hair, which can collect into balls in their stomachs. Here is what cat hairballs are and how you can help a cat with hairballs.
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