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Old June 29th, 2004, 02:25 PM
Looking4Mittens Looking4Mittens is offline
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Problem with Hairballs - Hairballs in cats - Answered by Dr. Van Lienden

I know that thowing up hairballs is normal for cats and I have never been worried about it because my cat only threw them up maybe once or twice a month. But, this week my cat has been throwing up hairballs everyday! I'm not sure what could be causing it? She is eating regularly and using the litter box fine, she doesn't appear to be sick... it's just the hairballs! i hope you can help. Do you think this is serious and should I take her to the vet? Thanks for your time
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