Hartz Hairball Remedy Plus Paste for Cats and Kittens

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  • Hartz Hairball Remedy plus paste for Cats and Kittens 2-1/2 ounce tube
  • Binding:
    Misc.
    Brand:
    HARTZ
    EAN:
    0032700950095
    Feature:
    Helps prevent the formation of hairballs in cats
    Height:
    6.25 inches
    Length:
    2.12 inches
    Width:
    1.38 inches
    Label:
    Hartz
    List Price:
    $5.99
    Manufacturer:
    Hartz
    Model:
    95009
    MPN:
    95009
    Package Quantity:
    1
    Product Group:
    Pet Products
    Product Type Name:
    ABIS_PET_PRODUCTS
    Publisher:
    Hartz
    SKU:
    811553
    Studio:
    Hartz
    Title:
    Hartz Hairball Remedy Plus Paste for Cats and Kittens
    UPC:
    032700950095
    Is Autographed:
    0
    Is Memorabilia:
    0
    Number Of Items:
    1
    Size:
    Battery RFA18
    Color:
    black
    Material Type:
    plastic
    Material Type Set Element:
    plastic
    Department:
    Teak
    Warranty:
    1

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  1. beaverlaker
    Just 2 weeks ago I asked our vet about hairball remedies and what could I use instead of the expensive preparations that the cats may not even like.  He said Mineral Oil.  Put some on your finger and wipe it on a front leg. I told him I already have used butter, mayonaise and a fish oil capsule.  He said those things are food items and get digested.  Mineral oil is not a food and doesn't get ingested; it coats their digestive tract.  You can also put 1/4 teasp. in their food a day, but no more than that. It can cause diarrhea if too much.  I don't have long haired cats, so I don't need to use it much, maybe once a week, if that.
  2. stewball
    Was it malt flavoured? My cats loved the malt flavoured one the make of which I can't remember.
    When it was finished and I only had Lotto I had to buy another one. No malt flavour? No eat it Mum.
    Have you tried plonking a bit on the end of their nose or paw? They'll have to clean it off. Do they really need it?