Frequent feline hairballs are not normal

04/26/2012 | CatChannel.com

According to veterinarian Jane Brunt, executive director of the CATalyst Council, more than two hairballs a year is abnormal for any cat, and consulting with a veterinarian is the best way to determine the cause of the problem. The AVMA offers an Animal Tracks podcast by Dr. Brunt on the topic and an educational kids' video on cat hairballs.

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