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My cat is a 3 year old male and he’s very healthy but suddenly he’s started acting like he’s trying to heave up hairballs a few times a day. It’s quite weird and he’s never really had hairballs before. He doesn’t even cough stuff up half there time just heaves. He still eats and acts perfectly normal.
 

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It's almost spring and cats blow their coats (shed more). So grooming results in more hairballs. If you suspect it may be asthma, I would make an appointment with a vet - as soon as they reopen their offices.
 

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It's almost spring and cats blow their coats (shed more). So grooming results in more hairballs. If you suspect it may be asthma, I would make an appointment with a vet - as soon as they reopen their offices.
I took him in! He has asthma and will be getting his inhaler soon!
 
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