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I give this to my cat to help with hairballs. The vet recommended Beaphar, but my cat hates that one - I mix it with her dinner, and she'll leave her dinner. With Laxapet, I don't even have to mix it in, she'll quite happily gobble it all down! However it does have more of a laxative effect than Beaphar (squidgy, but not diarrhoea thankfully!).
I give this to my kitty who's constipated (I think owing to furballs and not drinking enough water). She won't eat it plain, but will if I mix it in with some bits of dry cat food. It seems gently effective. VetUK has a good price on this just now too.
I put this in my cats mouth and he spat it out each time. I tried mixing it with a small amount of food and he refused to eat it. I tried putting it on his paws and he got it all over the rug. It is very difficult to star this product as it may be a great product so I have left the rating at 5 and except that my cat is difficult to treat with anything oral.
I use this on my cats when they have furball problems. It does seem to be reasonably effective. Furthermore, the cats get very excited when they see the orange tube and come rushing over, which they lick off my finger! so easily administered!
This stuff really works for my large cat with an ongoing hairball problem.I just smear a pea sized blob onto a front paw and the cat licks it off, I suspect that the cat really likes it but would never admit it !