Constipation in Cats - Dr. Stephanie Globerman - Paws Whiskers & Claws, The Feline Hospital - Do hairballs cause anal impaction
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When bacteria build up in the anal sacs, it can cause an infection. Your vet can usually squeeze out your cat's impacted anal sacs by hand. Many constipated cats will defecate outside the box and often it is unintentional. may develop enlarged or impacted anal glands that can also make it difficult for help reduce the likelihood of hairballs causing constipation or GI obstruction.