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She's a lovely cat, really. Any takers?
If its that bad you should try doing something about those hairballs. Just like bulimia it could screw your cat up. You could try hairball medication (my cat hates it, so I gave up but it might work better for yours). Hairball food (Didnt work for my cat either, but hey it has to for someone). Daily brushings (this one works for me), or if you want to go to the end try shaving every couple months. Im sure that will work.
lizzie,thanks. the thing that worked was a visit to the emergency animal hospital. seems my normal non-pukey cat ate something he shouldn't have. a little pepcid put an end to the hair-ballery. (i also exaggerated -- "hairball" here sometimes mean "puddle of frothy vomit" but I didn't really want to title the list with that...)
Sorry, im totally wierd. I worry about a total strangers cat. Thank you for telling me that shes ok. =)
My cat had exactly the same problem. And the vet said Pepcid. Who knew? But it's such a joy to step into wet puddles of hairball/frothy puke in the middle of the night. No?
The only thing better than stepping into frothy hairballs in the middle of the night is having the one you love step in them and get her favorite slippers covered in goo.
Haha. You know your married when you would rather your 'other' step in it. In my house whoever finds it cleans it up. Go squishies!
Slippers? Damn. She's lucky. I was barefoot!!
Oh, sorry, I desribed that wrong. She stepped into the hairball, then stepped into the slippers before the hairball had had a chance to soak through her socks...
I say get a dog, no hairballs! Just lot's of kisses ;) I HATE CATS!!!
< van pelt >DOG GERMS! YOU'RE COVERED IN DOG GERMS!!< /van pelt >
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