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House cats tend to hate loud noises, making vacuum cleaners a top nuisance for felines all over the world. But before you lump every kitty in the vacuum-hating category, take a look at this fluffy orange tabby kick back and relax while the dirt-sucking machine does some grooming work on its long fur. Share this on Facebook? MORE ON PAWNATION: Dog Says Bye-Bye Guilty Dog Punishes Itself This Poodle Seriously Hates Toothbrushes...

Ahhh, hairballs... the bane of cat ownership. My cat deposited one in my shoe awhile back. I'm still having trouble believing that her aim wasn't intentional. Credit: Thinkstock Technically speaking, hairballs are not normal. Cats have been grooming themselves for thousands of years and their digestive tracts are built to handle the hair that is inevitably swallowed. That said; when I'm presented with a cat that brings up the occasional hairball and absolutely everything else appears to be perfectly normal, I don't initially recommend an exhaustive work-up (that would take gastrointestinal biopsies). I will perform a physical (looking for both GI problems and dermatological conditions that...

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