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RE: Hairball HELP!

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Posted by: jlynnstites at Tue Jul 11 22:45:10 2006  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by jlynnstites ]  
   

Thanks all for the suggestions and help. My grandfather is the one who feeds the cats. He only gives them a few of those treats and then a few regular ones in their food. I don't get it! lol! Though the few times I have to feed the cats I give them all to her at once. And it's just hair balls. I've thought about brushing but man! she has so much fur! And our brush is horrible. When I get a job I'll go get a brush and as soon as I have some debts paid off I will take her to the vet. I dont know if she has ever been to one. Not with us anyways. I also wonder if it is worth it to take her to the vet because I'm sure she's pretty old. However there is a clinic with in walking distance that is low cost. Last time I spoke with them a visit with all the shots would be 80 bucks and I think equil to get her fixed. She's never been pregnant as long as we have had her though.


   

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