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Cats clean themselves frequently. Their rough tongues remove dirt, debris, and loose fur, which they then swallow. Typically, the hair passes through the stomach and digestive system without a problem. If a large amount gets stuck, however, your cat can throw it up, producing a hairball.

The occasional hairball generally isn’t a cause for concern, and it doesn’t indicate a serious problem. It’s a by-product of a natural process. However, while rare, hairballs can present dangers if the clump of fur in the cat’s stomach becomes too large to pass or gets lodged in its digestive tract.

Thankfully, there are a few things you can do to help minimize hairball occurrence in cats.

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