In some cases, frequent vomiting of hairballs
may indicate an underlying gastrointestinal problem, such as inflammatory bowel disease, so it's a good idea to consult with your vet if you see any of these abnormal clinical signs.
What astonishes about Orbiting the Giant Hairball
is the culture in which this forty-year-old social critique is being recapitulated.
With the help of these bloggers, consumers are seeing how the FURminator deShedding tool, when used a few minutes twice a week, helps to relieve pet owners of the mess of loose fur and hairball
Caption: Grooming your cat is an excellent way to reduce hairballs
are caused when a cat is grooming itself.
Extra fiber can be beneficial for some cats because it helps move hairballs
through the digestive tract.
can cause cats to feel ill or affect their appetite if it occurs often.
are unpleasant but common, especially in longer haired cats, cats who obsessively groom themselves and cats that are heavy shedders.
Research into hairballs
is scant, Martha Cannon, BA VetMB, a feline specialist in Oxford, England, noted in a review in the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery.
If your cat retches without producing a hairball
, contact his veterinarian for treatment and ask about providing a commercial food intended to prevent hairballs
They are both vegetarians - rabbit food - although the only cuisine they share with the rabbits is fresh fruit and papaya tablets to help with hairballs
(for the rabbits) and digestion (for the humans).
Regular brushing reduces shedding, mats and tangles and prevents hairballs