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Want to stop your cat from getting hairballs, or at least decrease the frequency of the hairballs? Try one -- or several -- of these techniques.
Since hairballs are an unavoidable condition of being a cat parent, read on for a few quick facts about preventing and treating them.
Hairballs are a nuisance to clean up and not much fun for our cats, either. Here are the top products for reducing hairballs for your cat.
Anyone who has a cat at home has heard the hacking sound of a hairball being dislodged, but do they warrant our concern? Learn all about the causes and treatments for hairballs.
The biggest sign that your cat has a hairball to expel is an extended hacking or gagging noise indicating that your cat is vomiting the hairball. Learn the other signs and symptoms of hairballs.
Cats are very clean creatures, which is great. However, their almost obsessive cleaning of their coats does yield one yucky side effect: hairballs. To learn about what causes hairballs, look no further.
Hairballs are a real pain in the neck, and not just for cats. Dogs, especially those with medium to long fur, are just as likely to cough up a furry surprise.
Hairballs are more than just unwanted gifts your cat leaves next to your shoes. Oftentimes, they can cause health problems. Use these tricks to reduce your cat's hairballs.
Treats for your cat can be so much more than a tasty morsel to enjoy--they can boost your kitty's dental health, prevent hairballs, or add shine to their coat! Find the best treats for every cat occasion.
Hearing your cat throw up is nothing out of the ordinary for most cat owners. We usually just think that they ate a little too much or too quickly. Although this is often the case, sometimes there can be a more serious reason.
Cats get hiccups too, though they may not sound like people hiccups do. Learn how to recognize them and treat your cat.
Asthma in dogs and cats can lead to serious health problems and may need immediate veterinary attention. Here are the top 5 facts about pet asthma.
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