Cat Lax is a palatable formula for the elimination and prevention of hair balls in cats. For finicky eaters, place a small amount on your cat's paw and watch your cat lick it clean!
Helps eliminate and prevent hairballs, improves digestion, and reduces vomiting
Contains cod liver oil and Vitamin E for skin and coat health
Petroleum-based laxatives coat the swallowed hair and allow it to pass through the digestive system of cats and other pets.
Palatable flavor even finicky cats will like
Made in the USA
HAZARDS TO ANIMALS: If condition persists or increases discontinue use and consult veterinarian. Keep container tightly closed. To avoid contamination do not touch tip of container to any surface. Replace cap after using. Please note cap/closure has tamper indicative feature. Do not use if previously opened. WARNING: Keep out of reach of children.
I believe it worked. My cat hadn't eaten for a more than a couple of days after spitting up two huge hairballs. (We hadn't had any problems in the one year and a half we have had him) I took a chance and gave it to him for like 4 days and he started regaining this appetite and used the bathroom. (He had been drinking only water so no bowl movements before giving him this) I truly believe this helped my neutered cat get better and help him with tummy problems. I continue to give it to him so we don't have this problem again.
Seems to work.
on Apr 18, 2018
I put it on her paw and she proceeded to walk away. After I cleaned that up I mixed it with some tuna juice and Meow Meow drank it all. I had to microwave it for 7 seconds to get it to mix well. I also give her Miralax but I think the tar paste is helping her go poopy doopy.
Favorite Cat Lax
on Mar 25, 2018
My almost 16 year old baby absolutely loves Cat Lax! The Vet had given him another kind and he just took a few licks and that was it - turned up his nose and walked away!!
Luckily I found Chewy online and was able to make my baby smile again!! Seriously!!
on Apr 10, 2018
I always gave this to my kitty cat-Angel every nite for her hair balls. She does love it. I would pay twice as much for it at the Vet Store. One day I just thought I would check how much it would cost thru you, and I can get two tubes for the price I paid.
Wonderful fast service
on Apr 18, 2018
The Box (packaging) tubes came in were crushed but tunes intact. Price was much better than what I could get at the vet and for the same product. Everytime I order from chewy I get products faster than expected
Miss Picky actually tried it.
on Apr 7, 2018
I gave Jenny, 10 1/2 yo DSH, a dose in her dish. She wouldn't lick it off the dish but would stick her paw in it & lick it off her paw. It took some time but whatever works!! It seems to be helping her out.
CAT LAX for picky cats
on Apr 5, 2018
CAT LAX is the only hairball formula that my cats will eat voluntarily. I just put a little in a clean food bowl and eventually it disappears. No other brand is liked by these two finicky felines.
Cat Lax a Life Saver
on Feb 14, 2018
I have used Cat Lax for many years. My cat Dylan has a sensitive stomach, and when he eats too much and looks "green around the gills" I give him 2 inches of Cat Lax. It truly works pretty fast -- it's miraculous relief for my boy!
It may be great stuff, but my girl won't touch it.
on Dec 26, 2017
I tried offering her a little from my finger (as recommended), and she did not recoil when she sniffed it (which she does with things she doesn't like). But she refused it. So I smeared a little on her paw (also recommended) so that she'd lick it off. She immediately ran away. She may have licked it off--OR I may yet find it wiped off on a rug or chair--cats do that too. In any case, I know from past experience that smearing something on her paw creates a negative relationship with the cat. I may try offering it to her a few times later on, but I have a feeling she won't take it. I should mention that she's a young rescue and is wary of taking anything from my hands.
Is Kitty Still Refusing Cat Lax
on Feb 1, 2018
A neighbor, who is a cat whisperer—a very rare human—gave me this tip when my Leilah Chan would not lick the Cat Lax from my finger or the rim of her food bowl. Place a teaspoon of irresistible canned, flaked tuna with gravy in food bowl. Wait about a half hour, offer another teaspoon! Leilah Chan was thrilled with her new, delicious treat!! (She eats dry food only)
Then, mix the Cat Lax in 2-plus teaspoons of the canned tuna!
She never saw it coming and licked the tuna and Cat Lax bowl clean!! NO hair balls last night!!
It’s not easy to be smarter than your cat—one really needs to consult a cat whisperer! Thanks, Joanne!