Hairball Awareness Day
It’s true, there really is a holiday for everything, and on the last Friday in April, we’re celebrating Hairball Awareness Day with a special giveaway.
Of course, if you’re one of the millions of cat parents who regularly come across hairballs on the couch, in your bed, or on the floor, you’re already quite aware of this hairy problem.
But did you know that hairballs do not have to be a normal part of life?
Though they’re usually harmless, hairballs can take a toll on your cat’s health. If the hairball doesn’t pass easily, it could cause a blockage in your cat’s esophagus, stomach, or intestines. An ongoing hairball issue can interfere with digestion and diminish your cat’s appetite.
Stop Hairballs Before They Happen
The best way to keep hairballs at a minimum is to remove loose, dead hair from your cat’s coat before they can ingest it.
Daily brushing is key. Not only will you reduce or eliminate hairballs, but you’ll also see less of that shed hair on your furniture and your clothing.
Keep Your Kitty’s Pipeline Moving
No matter how much you groom your cat, they’re still going to swallow some of their fur. Their digestive system should allow some amount of fur to pass through their waste uneventfully, but if your cat is extra prone to hairballs, we have some powerful solutions for you.
Hairball Plus Chews For Cats is a daily supplement that can keep your cat hairball free. It contains dietary fiber and lubricating oils with Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids to support your cat’s digestion. It also contains zinc and biotin to support healthy, resilient skin for less shedding.
Petromalt Hairball Remedy is a must-have in your kitty’s side of the medicine cabinet for occasional hairball issues. Given daily over the course of 3-4 days, Petromalt Hairball Remedy lubricates the bowel to get hairballs moving while relieving constipation.