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Cat Lax
Rating: 4.5

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Paula H.
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Rating: 4

Works well!

posted 6 years ago

We use this product at our shelter and it works well to remove hairballs. We use it for another purpose to. Sometimes we have a cat or kitten that is constipated and we use a rather large amount of Cat Lax to help them become regular again. It really works. The down side is not all cats enjoy the taste. In those cases we end up using a liquid product.

Pros: Removes hairballs

Cons: Not all cats will eat it

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Darla O.
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Rating: 5

Works

posted 6 years ago

I use this on my cat. He is not very pleased but it eliminates the vomiting. It usually works after one or two applications.

Pros: Does the job

Cons: none

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Hahna
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Rating: 5

Great for hairballs

posted 6 years ago

When our cat was having hairball issues we would give her this product. She loved the flavor and thought it was a treat. It also worked great on the hairballs.

Pros: Our cat loved the taste.

Cons: none

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Bryan M.
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Rating: 4

A good product

posted 6 years ago

Works well for hair balls, and some what for constipation. But remember if he has not had a BM in three days, he needs to go to a vet.
miralax mixed to 1 cup of water, in the anount of 8 to 12 ml. twice a day is very, very good

Pros: Work well

Cons: not tasty

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Sllange
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Rating: 5

Works Great

posted 5 years ago

I find that my cats love this product. I always taste anything I buy for them, because I find that if I don't like it, they certainly won't. They usually lick it from my finger, but if they get stubborn, I just put some on their paw and let them lick it off. Don't put too much on, though. When they flick their paw it will end up on your furniture, walls, curtains.....

Pros: Efficacy

Cons: none

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