On September 23rd, 2009, a Diamond cat food recall occurred for two of the company's premium brand products, the Premium Edge Finicky Adult Cat and the Premium Edge Hairball formula.
It's fairly normal for a cat to toss up the occasional hairball, but how do you know if your pet's vomiting is a sign of a serious illness?
It is usually easy for pet owners to diagnose hairball vomiting because the mass of hair is typically visible in the expelled matter.
Whether they are trying to get rid of a hairball or just need the extra fiber, they always seem to know.
Many cat food manufacturers offer a hairball formula diet that is designed to inhibit their formation.
Another extremely common reason behind a cat's vomiting episodes is the classic hairball issue.
It can go on for as long as a minute and a half, but no vomit or hairball ever appears.
The following symptoms may indicate your cat is harboring a hairball.
Yes, there's a possibility that he is trying to cough up a hairball.
This is normal, and it's usually accompanied by a hairball.