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Our cats are expert groomers. Have you noticed how meticulous they are when it comes to this little ritual? But even the most assiduous cat will swallow hairs when grooming – it’s only natural.

There are ways you can help, though. With a little care and attention, hairballs needn't be a problem.

Some tips:

  • Brush long-haired cats daily and short-haired cats several times a week. Remember that cats shed more hair during the summer!

  • Is she not a fan of the brush? Don’t worry, there are many options. Try a brush with different bristles, a glove or a comb.

  • When hairballs are becoming a hassle, consider hairball reducing food or a mild laxative.

Visit the vet when…

  • Your cat is vomiting once a month or more (especially for several consecutive months)

  • There is frequent gagging and retching, but no vomiting

  • She seems to have lost her appetite

  • There’s constipation or diarrhoea


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