For cat owners, dealing with hairballs can be scary. However, you should know that hairballs are a routine and actually healthy result of your cat grooming themselves. When your cat grooms him or herself, his tongue will catch all dead and loose hair which they will then swallow.
Cats that groom themselves regularly are generally healthy cats. In fact, if your cat isn’t grooming themselves, you should be concerned! Cats with long hair will be most likely to develop hairballs as a result of their grooming, although all cats can have them to some extent.
But is there a way to help your cat rid themselves of hairballs easily and effectively?
Yes! Fortunately there are some great cat hairball products that will facilitate the elimination of a hairball for your cat.
Here are some products we highly recommend:
Cat Lax 2 Oz,(56.70 g)Buy Now!
Hartz Hairball Remedy Plus for Cats and Kittens, Salmon Flavor, 2.5 Oz (Pack of 3)Buy Now!
Hartz Hairball Remedy Plus Paste for Cats and Kittens, 2.5 Oz.Buy Now!
Laxatone in Tuna for Hairball ReliefBuy Now!
Nutri-Vet Feline Paw Gel, 3-ouncesBuy Now!
Pet Naturals HairballBuy Now!
Petromalt Hairball RemedyBuy Now!
Richard’s Organics – Hairball Remedy Naturally Balanced Dietary Supplement TunaBuy Now!
Vet’s Best Cat Hairball Relief Digestive Aid, 60 Chewable TabletsBuy Now!