|Top Ingredients||Active Ingredients: White Petrolatum USP, Soybean Oil, Light Mineral Oil Nf....||White Petrolatum USP, Light Mineral Oil Nf, Corn Syrup...||Active Ingredients: (Per tsp) White Petrolatum USP 1285 mg, Soybean Oil, Providing 27 mg...||Corn Starch, Brewers Dried Yeast, Natural Chicken Liver Flavor...||White Petrolatum USP, Soybean Oil, Cane Molasses...|
|Lifestage||Kitten, Adult, Senior||Kitten, Adult, Senior||Adult||Adult, Senior||Kitten, Adult, Senior|
|Health Feature||Hairball Control||Hairball Control||Hairball Control||Hairball Control||Hairball Control|
|Food Flavor||Herbs & Spices, Catnip||Seafood & Fish, Tuna||Molasses||Poultry, Chicken||Original|
Daisy was beginning to throw up hairballs, and I was worried about her. So I tried this. She does NOT like it and won't eat it as a treat. In fact, when she smells it, she tries to run away to another room. But, if I smear it into her front paw, she will stare at me for a few minutes, letting me know she is not pleased with my behavior. Then she will lick it all off until she is clean again. And after a few days of doing it, then changing to twice a week, we haven't had another hairball issue so far.
The cats think it's very tasty. One licks it off my finger, the other will only take it squeezed from the tube. If I run out, there are more hairballs. The only problem with the product is that the top is so stiff, it's impossible to really empty the tube.
My girls did not like this product at all. Matter of fact one ran and jumped and did flips when I rubbed a little dab on her jaw fur. I felt terrible as both girls were obviously traumatized by this stuff. So it was a wasted effort.
I am amazed by this stuff. Our young, medium-haired cat had started to have a real hairball issue — to the point where we had to take him to the vet because he stopped eating because of a bad hairball brewing. The vet recommended Laxotone, and we had had success with Tomlyn (love their Lysine powder), so decided to try this one out. I’m AMAZED!! (1) He hasn’t had a single hairball since we started giving this to him and (2) he looooves it. Like, licks it straight off my finger, bites at the tube — loves it. Definitely recommend the catnip flavor. I’m so glad I found it!
This works--if you can get it into the cat! I have tried various brands of gels and have never had success until now. Nickel would not lick it and would flick it all over when I smeared it on his paws. I finally came up with a solution. I put a medication syringe tip into the end of the Gel tube and draw up a dose. Then I squirt it into his mouth. (He is good about taking medication orally.) Perfect solution for both of us.
Lily loves this, won’t touch the tuna flavor even covered by churu. But the catnip is well catnip for her. Keeps her hairball potty problems in check nicely and the house is peaceful and calm. So if kitty doesn’t like one flavor I would recommend trying the other.
My cat Oscar loves this stuff. He can't get enough. It is also much cheaper than the stuff we got from the vet.
My 2 kitties like the catnip flavor of this hairball remedy and are not fussy about having it put on their little kitty lips per vet recomendation but prefer paw placement. My favorite "like" about this remedy it that it works.
we have been trying to reduce hairballs in my cat and have used the tuna flavored laxatone in the past. My cat is not interested in it unless we mix it all up with her soft food. The catnip flavored laxatone is a different story!!! She is obsessed and eats it straight out of the tube! Its so much easier and we can use it as a little treat for her!
My little tuxedo needed a hairball remedy, as she's very tidy about her grooming. I tried a different brand, chicken flavor, and she wasn't having it. Then I tried this catnip flavor Laxatone and she loves it! A surprise since she doesn't seem too phased by catnip toys. And no more hairballs, and no loose stools, as sometimes happens with hairball meds.