I have an indoor cat who is a little over a year old. She isn't long hair or short hair, I'd call her average length of hair. She has hairballs about once a week I would say on average. I don't know what to do for her. She's on a high quality cat food and everything. It has no artificial dyes,flavors or preservatives and the main ingredient is real salmon which she loves. She hates being bathed and I don't know if that really helps with hairballs or not. Suggestions?
I have one cat who has serious hairball issues even though he eats the same food as everyone else. Try giving her a little wet food this can help, also make sure you are buying hairball control dry food. They also sell hairball paste at pet stores, I put a little on my cats front paws so when he licks his paws he is getting some of the paste.
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