Ok so my cat is a 1.5 years old. She's indoors. She has medium length hair, very pretty. Anyways, she vomits at least 3 times a week,sometimes everyday! IDK what to do. From everyone I have talked to, its pretty common in indoor cats. Someone suggested to me to rub Vaseline on her paws to get her to lick it off, that it would move hair through her digestive system quicker and then she wouldn't vomit. I tried this and it was working for awhile but now it seems to not be anymore. What else can I do? She eats and drinks water normally, isn't overweight not one bit. She's active and very healthy. Her coat is very fluffy and soft.Answer Question
Answer by MamaSince2005 at 4:57 AM on Feb. 24, 2011
Answer by pixiestix21 at 5:16 AM on Feb. 24, 2011
I have 3 cats, 2 short hair and 1 long. We use hill's science diet hairball control light for their food. this has done wonders for cutting down the hairballs. in the spring when hairballs increase, we use the hairball cat gel stuff on their paw to lick off and that lubricates their tummies and helps .
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