When cats clean themselves, their tongues often pull loose hair from the coat. When swallowed, it can accumulate in the gastrointestinal tract. This nearly indigestible material becomes a hairball, which can interfere with normal digestion and elimination. Symptoms of hairballs include constipation, straining during a bowel movement, dry cough, and vomiting after meals. The use of Petromalt and regular brushing of cat's coat will generally eliminate these problems.
Directions: To eliminate hairballs for adult cats, feed a one-inch ribbon (2.5 cm) of Petromalt daily until symptoms disappear. Give between meals, either from your finger or by placing on cat's front paw where it can be licked off readily. To prevent hairballs, feed adult cats a one-inch (2.5 cm) ribbon once or twice a week and brush frequently. Use with kittens over four weeks of age--feed a half-inch (1.5 cm) ribbon once or twice a week. Warnings: Should symptoms persist, consult a veterinarian. Keep out of the reach of children. Store at room temperature.
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