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.
Skeeter does have longish hair, and he licks a lot. I use this a couple times a week, depending on what I find in the litter box. If he goes 24 hours without a BM I'll give him a dose. He seems to like it....He'll lick it right off my finger. He has no problems with hair balls. I also give him Temptations anti hairball treats so the combination keeps him hairball free. (I put the treats in a ball that he has to smack around to get them out)
Solved the problem
on Aug 25, 2018
Very good product. Milo is still deciding whether he likes it or not, however, he comes to me like he is asking for some. He is a good patient. It has helped his cat litter problems tremendiously. Good product to keep on hand. He is about 10yrs old, so it may be a permanent item in our household, still watching him closely and hoping the problem doesn’t return. I know he feels so much better and I do too because he is doing so good now.
I must be the only person with a dog that gets hair balls !
on Sep 22, 2018
I didn't know dogs could get hairballs, but yes they can. My 11 lb Chi/Pom mix was throwing up elongated, tubular hair masses once a month. I asked my vet if this was possible and yes it is. She recommended Cat Lax which I have been using for over a week and so far no gagging or vomiting of fur. I only gave this 4 stars because I still want to wait and see how this goes.
My kitties love this!
on Oct 9, 2018
I purchased this for my 3 little kitties, when I noticed one was having problems digesting her crunchy food. I bought this tube and all 3 love it! I don't have to put it on their paws...they gather around and take turns licking it out of the tube. It's helped with the digestive problem and all three are healthy and happy. Will use this to keep them happy!!!
on Sep 18, 2018
Our veterinarian recommended we give this to our cat after doing a manual evacuation and discovering her colon was full of hair. She seems to like the flavor, but she doesn't like that I give it to her with an oral syringe. It helps keep her from getting constipated (along with other meds).
Didn't help my cats
on Aug 2, 2018
I am really disappointed with this product because it has excellent reviews. It did not help my cats at all. They have continued to throw up hairballs, and they seem to actually be throwing up more than before we started the product. I will not be using this anymore. Back to the drawing board…
it DOES seem to work :>)
on Aug 27, 2018
Ms Kitty will not take it "as is" but I mix it in with her tuna and she gets her dosage a couple of times a week. Her habit of regurgitating several times a week has dropped off since we started using this. And, it is so cost effective, which is a good thing too
Really helps with fur balls
on Aug 21, 2018
Our cat tends to frequently throw up fur balls. If I give him a little Cat Lax, that seems to take care of the problem.
A side benefit is that I let him lick the end of the tube and it keeps him so occupied that he doesn't fight us when we clip his nails!
Works for constipation
on Aug 30, 2018Top 1000 Contributor
My vet recommended to use Cat Lax for my cat who is having chronic constipation. Just smear 1/2 inch of the paste on my cat's teeth, he licks it without problem. It can be smear on the paw though, it is sticky & makes mess, so I like to smear on the teeth or inside mouth. It makes stool smoother & good consistency. I also use it for other cats who have hairball issue, but I don't see the difference yet.
on Sep 26, 2018
I give my cat a little bit of this every other day during peak shedding season and it seems to have helped eliminate hairballs my long hair cat usually has this time of year. She also didn't mind the taste.