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.
My vet recommended Cat Lax for my American Longhair cat when Harry was 'cat-yacking' nearly every day. He told me that Harry would like the flavor and I would have no trouble getting him to take it. Harry disagreed. The second option was to catch him daily and smear it on one of his paws for him to lick it off. That lasted through one tube, then Harry became more and more difficult to catch for his daily treatment. Harry's mood did not get better. Out of desperation, I checked with my local pet hospital folks for advice. I was told that Harry would be OK with an over-the-counter alternative, perhaps mixed with a favored wet cat food. This worked very well. Well enough so that I couldMy vet recommended Cat Lax for my American Longhair cat when Harry was 'cat-yacking' nearly every day. He told me that Harry would like the flavor and I would have no trouble getting him to take it. Harry disagreed. The second option was to catch him daily and smear it on one of his paws for him to lick it off. That lasted through one tube, then Harry became more and more difficult to catch for his daily treatment. Harry's mood did not get better. Out of desperation, I checked with my local pet hospital folks for advice. I was told that Harry would be OK with an over-the-counter alternative, perhaps mixed with a favored wet cat food. This worked very well. Well enough so that I could go back to Cat Lax from the generic brand - but only mixed with some wet cat food. It works well, controls 'cat yacking' very nicely, but the moral of this story is: Some cats Don't like the stuff and they don't care what the vet says.… more
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!
Only tube fur ball treatment worth while
on Jan 30, 2018
To 2 of our cat’s this is a treat, they love it anytime! It helps them if they are having trouble with fur balls! I give it as a treat maybe 2-3 times a week about an inch on my finger they help themselves, the other 3 sometimes I have to help them along opening their mouths and closing quickly , it goes down fast and they don’t seem to mind, just not as anxious to consume. It comes down to the consistency, cat lax is not too runny not too stiff to ball up, I’ve wasted time and money on other brands, and this is often sold at vets and some pet stores, the price at Chewy is by far the best. Thank you all! Delivery was no more than 3 days, very impressed!
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.
Cat hated this and it made a mess
on Jan 6, 2018
So the instruction say to put this on your cat's paw so they will lick it off. Seems like a great idea but when I tried it, my cat did not lick her paw but instead started trying to shake this off her paw which results in this brown goo flying all over my room. It DOES stain (my white bed cover can attest) and even stuck to some concrete blocks I have as a side table. I then tried adding it to my cat's food, but she would just eat around it...
Cat Lax--Nothing Special
on Dec 12, 2017
After using Cat Lax on my cat for a week or so, I can't see much difference from other hairball remedies. I was hoping it would help keep things moving, but it hasn't really. Now depending on MiraLax and Fleet Suppositories to do the trick.
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!
Cat Lax cat supplement
on Jan 11, 2018
Well my two dogs and one cat like it. I give to the dogs just a little. It has some beneficial stuff in it for them also. My other cat doesn't care for it but I put some around her mouth and she licks it off. It smells just like all the other hair ball supplements.
Great Product For The Money!
on Jan 27, 2018
My pets love the product and it works like no other. It's light weight and can be used daily to nearly eliminate the nasty hairballs my pets would cough up seemingly every other day. The chicken flavor is my pets' fav. It's a wonderful solution at a great price!
on Dec 4, 2017
I have used this product for years for different things. It won't let you down I promise. ANother breeder told me about this product and I tried it and oh my goodness.it was awesome. Regards. Donna