Dealing with cat hairballs
If you’re a cat owner, you’ve most likely come across a hairball by now. They occur when a cat grooms themselves and the hairs get digested. Small amounts of hair can pass through their body and out the other side with no issues, but when there is too much it can cause them to bring them back up. Whilst cat grooming is completely natural and a good practice for your cat's wellbeing, it can be unpleasant if they continually cough up hairballs.
To help deal with your cat's hairballs, you can try brushing them every day in order to remove excess hairs before your cat can ingest them. Another, and possibly simpler, option is to try a natural hairball remedy for cats. When choosing yours, try avoiding those that are petroleum or lubricant based as these can cause unintended harm to your feline friend. Instead, the best option could be something that contains fibre to help keep the gastrointestinal tract running smoothly as well as ingredients to help the health and quality of your cat's fur and control shedding.
When it comes to giving our pet needed nutrition, it can be a real struggle! For those cats that just won’t take a pill or powder supplement, there are now easy to take soft chews. Effortless and gentle on the mouth and with deliciously meaty flavours, the Hairball Aid soft chews act as a daily nutritional treat your cat can enjoy. To use, simply give your cat 2 soft chews a day.
Glycerine, Brewer’s Yeast, Potato Flake, Full Fat Linseed, Psyllium, Rapeseed Oil, Pumpkin Seed Powder, Tapioca, Maltodextrin.