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Cats are most stereotyped as “the independent pet.” Despite these accusations they are actually very affectionate pets that need attention just as much as dogs. They are however, very particular when it comes to the use of their litter box. Tidiness, placement and even the size of theirlitter boxcan all play a factor in deterring them away from using their litter pan. If you notice your Feline Friend not utilizing the litter box for his bathroom needs, this may serve as an indication of something being “wrong” with the litter box or that there is an underlying medical condition.
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As acat owner there are a few measures to take as a way to prevent your cat from getting hairballs. Regular brushing helps remove much of your cat’s loose fur, allowing for less hair to be consumed in your cat’s daily grooming routine. Feeding your cat a special formulated blend of hairball care food may also be beneficial. In addition, special products that help move hairballs through the system may be added to food. Our Veterinary Office carry this product should it’s use be safely indicated.