National Hairball Awareness Day
A hairball once in a while is nothing to be concerned about for those who love cats. The hairballs are just cats doing their thing. So why should you be concerned? National Hairball Awareness Day is a day to raise awareness.
This holiday is intended to raise awareness about the negative effects hairballs can have upon your cat’s health. This holiday aims to change the perception cats have about their habit of coughing up hairballs.
National Hairball Awareness Day was established in 2006 by The National Museum of Health and Medicine. It aims to educate people about hairballs. Pet owners should be aware of the importance of paying attention to their cat when it has a hairball.
National Hairball Awareness Day is listed under the Pet Health Awareness Events section of the American Veterinary Medical Association. It raises awareness about the dangers hairballs pose to cats. Hairballs are a mass of fur that gets swallowed up or vomited when it becomes too large.
Although it is considered disgusting by many, it is a good thing for cats. It can lead to serious problems if there is too much hair in the stomach and intestines. It is time to see your veterinarian if your cat continues to vomit, gag or lose their appetite, or if they have diarrhea, constipation, and/or vomiting.
Despite their hairball coughing, cats are loved and respected. National Hairball Awareness Day reminds people that cats are loved and cared for.
Hairballs can indicate more serious health problems. National Hairball Awareness Day is an opportunity to visit your local veterinarian. It’s normal for hairballs to occur every now and again. It is normal for cats to have hairballs every now and again. However, it is a sign that your cat needs attention.
Today, check in on your cat and find out how they are doing. Keep an eye on your cat for the next few weeks. Watch out for hairballs. If they are more persistent than usual, take them to the veterinarian.
Share the information you have learned about hairballs with others. Tell your friends about the dangers that too many hairballs can pose to cats. This holiday is for you and your family.