|Top Ingredients||Citrus Pulp, Apple Pomace, Psyllium Husk...||Active Ingredients: Mineral Oil, Inactive Ingredients: Brewer's Dried Yeast, Calcium Propionate...||Active Ingredients: (Per 2 Soft Chews) Calcium 40 mg, Phosphorus 31 mg, Potassium 0.031 mg...||Brewers Dried Yeast, Natural Chicken Liver Flavor, Glycerin...||Rice Flour, Glycerin , Corn Starch...|
|Lifestage||Adult||Kitten, Adult, Senior||Adult, Senior||Kitten, Adult, Senior||Adult|
|Health Feature||Digestive Health, Hairball Control, Skin & Coat Health||Hairball Control||Digestive Health, Hairball Control||Hairball Control||Hairball Control|
|Food Flavor||Chicken||Unflavored||Fruits & Vegetables, Pumpkin||Poultry, Meat, Chicken, Liver||Salmon|
|Special Diet||----, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Natural||—||—||—||—|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||—||—||—||—|
My cat Razz-ma-Tazz sheds a lot and prefers clay litter, so he has had problems with hairballs and elimination problems. The oil-based liquid remedies didn't really appear to help. I give him five of these after his a.m. moist food every day and he has been doing fine for three weeks now. SOLD! He loves them - it's a big deal to get his "dessert."
My cat goes crazy for these, I have to keep them hidden because he will bat at the bag trying to rip it in order to eat them. He hasn’t had a hairball since right before I got them and I give him a few everyday and so far, no hairballs! My cat has really long and thick hair and I always feel bad when he has a hairball(I can’t imagine how awful that feels) so I am very happy to not hear my cat in pain!
My cat used to gag especially after meals because of hair balls. After using this for months I have noticed a difference- she barely gags. I paired this with another pumpkin based digestive supplement hoping that would help the hairball issues too. Used both for a whole and they helped. Then I stopped both and she gagged more frequently. I began using just this without pumpkin and she barely gags anymore, so I would say this product works better. She’s 9 pounds and I give her 3-4 a day which I’m pretty sure is less than recommended dose but I use this more as a prophylactic. She’s moderately picky about food but she’s never said no to these.
I don't know how well it works on hairballs, but these are my cat's favorite treats. She actually likes only one other treat of the dozens I've tried with her. She'll do anything to get them. I've been advised to give only half dose if the treatment part isn't needed.
I have an older cat who has always had issues with hairballs. We've tried every product and some have worked, but nothing has worked as well as this one. She devours the treats like they're the greatest thing she's ever tasted and within three days her coat is much softer, shinier and healthier, she hasn't had a single hairbal, and she's even seems to have more of an appetite.
I have purchased a lot of Hairball control products which they would not eat with the exception of the Meow KIbble Hairball control. The problem with that I could not tell how much each cat was getting?
My cat only likes some treats - Greenies, Churus and Pure Bites chicken. She doesn’t even go for all the Churu flavors and recoils from all human foods. She loved these Pet Honesty treats but I didn’t give her the suggested 10 treats per every 10 lbs since I didn’t know how many calories she’s eating. I assumed at least 2 calories per treat and only gave her one or two per day but not everyday. Brushing her daily, providing a constant supply of catgrass and feeding her high quality wet food are keeping hairballs at bay (no hairballs in 9 months!) so I can’t recommend this for hairballs. I took a star off for the claim that the company can’t disclose caloric content for “proprietary reasons” since I’m not buying that excuse and it doesn’t sit right with me and I’ve decided not to feed her anymore of these treats.
My baby has been hacking up hairballs 2-3x a week. I haven’t been giving them to her long enough to see results yet but she seems to enjoy the flavor and has no issues eating these treats.
These ended up only costing maybe $2 from a promotion, but they are going in the garbage. I've never seen a food that one of our cats won't devour. He (and his sister) both walk away looking offended that I've offered up such a crummy treat.
she is a norwegian forest cat with a tiny jaw so they are small and easy for her to crunch. she goes wild when she sees the bag.