Hairball Survival

CocoTherapy Cat Hairball Plus is made with only one ingredient—high-fiber organic coconut—to help cats pass hairballs more easily by adding moisture and bulk to their stool. It also supports healthy skin and coat (less shedding!) as well as digestive health and gastrointestinal tract function, thereby preventing hairball formation. Grooming tools...

CocoTherapy Cat Hairball Plus is made with only one ingredient—high-fiber organic coconut—to help cats pass hairballs more easily by adding moisture and bulk to their stool. It also supports healthy skin and coat (less shedding!) as well as digestive health and gastrointestinal tract function, thereby preventing hairball formation.

Grooming tools that remove excess and loose hair, like the Honest Pet Products Grooming Brush, are your best friend in hairball prevention. This brush has soft natural boar bristles on one side and safety detangling/messaging pins on the other side to help remove undercoat and loose hair—purrfect! (Bonus: less cat hair on your couch!)

What are hairballs?
Hairballs are the natural result of your cat grooming herself and swallowing hair in the process. (Longhaired cats are more prone to hairballs but all cats can experience them.) A cat’s digestive system is generally able to process the hair and, ideally, it simply passes through the intestinal tract, emerging in your cat’s feces. Sometimes, however, a tubular mass of hair is vomited instead, which is what is commonly referred to as “coughing up a hairball” (ew).

Source: organicdogsandcats.com