Felines are very self-cleaning. Their busy tongues catch loose hair, which is then swallowed. You probably won’t do much but sigh in frustration when your cat picks up a hairball. A helping hand with grooming can reduce the amount of hair that your cat consumes. This means that there is less hair to be processed and spewed up. Cats aren’t as fond of throwing hairballs at each other as we are about removing them from our living room carpet. Frequent hairballs could also indicate gastrointestinal disease. If you find yourself cleaning up more than one per month, talk to your vet.
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